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GENERAL INFORMATION 2009 MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE 2009 SCHEDULE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Date Aug. 22 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 13 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Sept. 27 Oct. 8 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 30 Nov. 1 Nov. 7 Nov. 12-15 Nov. 20-21

Opponent Time 1 Hornet Quick Facts HOLY NAMES (Exhib.) 11 a.m. 1 Media Information CSU MONTEREY BAY (Exhib.) 5 p.m. 2 Roster/Breakdown at Saint Mary’s 4 p.m. 2 Pronunciation Guide UC RIVERSIDE^% 5 p.m. vs. Alabama A&M^ 12 p.m. COACHING STAFFF at San Francisco# 7 p.m. 4 Michael Linenberger at Santa Clara# 7 p.m. 5 Matt McDougall at Cal Poly 7 p.m. 6 Greg Curry at UC Irvine 1 p.m. 6 Oscar Sandoval WILLIAM JESSUP 4 p.m. 6 Support Staff at UC Davis 2:30 p.m. THE PLAYERSF at San Jose State 7 p.m. Seniors AIR FORCE* 4 p.m. 8 Kyle Beasley DENVER* 1 p.m. 9 Scott Crandall at Seattle* 4 p.m. 10 Jason Duvall at Cal State Bakersfield* 1 p.m. 11 Nick Gargiulo NEW MEXICO*% 3:30 p.m. 12 Ryan Kenny at UNLV* 1 p.m. 13 David von Stockhausen SAN JOSE STATE* 2:30 p.m. Juniors MPSF Tournament (at Denver) TBA 14 Fernando Cabadas NCAA First Round TBA 15 Ernesto Carranza 16 Cody Shields ALL CAPS and bold indicate home games 17 Manuel Verduzco (played at Hornet Soccer Field) Sophomores * Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Matches 18 Adam Bettencourt ^ Saint Mary’s Tournament 19 Chris Bettencourt # USF Tournament 20 Matt Foy The 2009 Sacramento State men’s soccer media guide was 21 Bryan Oliver written and designed by Assistant Media Relations Director 22 Matthew Tellez J. D. Fox. Assistance in editing was provided by MRD Brian Berger, Assistant MRD Ryan Bjork and the soccer coaching Newcomers staff. Photographs not credited provided by Sam Parsons, 23 Max Alvarez Bob Solorio, Mike Martin, Sacramento Metro Chamber, Sacramento Chamber of Commerce and Sacramento State 23 Bryan Baker Sports Information files. Sacramento information courtesy of 23 Pat Carden

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Chamber of Commerce sources.

Sacramento Bee Bill Bradley, Sports Editor John Schumacher, Beat Writer 2100 Q Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 441-4100 www.sacbee.com

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Matt Linenberger Diego Marroquin David Norton Chris Polacek Raul Rodriguez Almog Strikowski Oscar Torrico

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27 2008 Final Results 27 2008 Final Statistics 28 2008 Final MPSF Standings

HORNET HISTORYN 30 30 31 32

Career Records Season Records Honors/Awards Team/Coaching Records 33 All-Time Results 34 Hornets in the Pros 35 Hornet Honor Roll

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36 This is Sacramento State 38 The City of Sacramento 39 Athletic Excellence 40 Dr. Gonzalez/ Dr. Wanless 41 Academic Support 41 Athletic Training 42 Support Staff 42 Head Coaches

SACRAMENTO STATE QUICK FACTS University Information Name ........................ Sacramento State Location ....................Sacramento, Calif. Founded .......................................1947 Enrollment .................................29,011 Nickname..................................Hornets Colors ............................. Green & Gold University Administrationt President ..........Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Director of Athletics .... Dr. Terry Wanless Faculty Athletic Rep. ........Dr. Steve Perez Media Relations Director .... Brian Berger Assistant MRD ...................... Ryan Bjork Assistant MRD (soccer contact) ... J.D. Fox Office Phone ................ (916) 278-6896 Fox’s Cell Phone .......... (209) 210-8858 Fox’s E-Mail .................. jdfox@csus.edu Fax Machine ............... (916) 278-5429 Web Site ............ www.hornetsports.com Soccer Staff Head Coach ........... Michael Linenberger Alma Mater ........................... Duke, ‘87 Experience ......................... 21st Season Record at Sacramento State 125-210-33 Overall Record .............................Same Assistant Coach ..............Matt McDougall Alma Mater ......... Sacramento State, ‘06 Assistant Coach ................... Greg Curry Alma Mater ........UC Santa Barbara, ‘08 Office Phone ................ (916) 278-6769 Best Time to Call Coaches ........ Mornings Soccer Information Conference ...................................MPSF Affiliation .....................NCAA Division I Home Field .. Hornet Soccer Field (1,500) 2008 Overall Record ................... 8-9-2 2008 MPSF Record ............ 3-7-0 (T-4th) Starters Returning/Lost ....................7/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ..........15/8 Redshirts Returning ..............................1 Newcomers ........................................9

State Hornet Andrew Hazard, Sports Editor Sacramento State Sacramento, CA 95819-6102 (916) 278-5567 www.statehornet.com

KCRA Channel 3 (NBC) Del Rodgers 3 Television Circle Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 325-3765 or 3753 www.kcra.com

KUVS Channel 19 (Univision) Enrique Gonzalez 1710 Arden Way Sacramento, CA 95815 (916) 614-1974 www.univision.com

Associated Press (Sacramento) 925 L Street #320 Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 448-9555 FAX (916) 446-2756

Roseville Press Tribune Tom Kellar, Sports Editor 188 Cirby Way Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 786-6500 www.rosevillept.com

KXTV Channel 10 (ABC) Bryan May, Ryan Yamamoto 400 Broadway Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) 441-3373 www.news10.net

KTXL Channel 40 (FOX) Jim Crandell, Mark Demsky 4655 Fruitridge Road Sacramento, CA 95820 (916) 454-4548 www.fox40.com

Associated Press (San Francisco) Greg Beacham, Sports 303 2nd Street, Suite 680 North San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 495-1708 FAX (415) 495-4967

Auburn Journal Todd Mordhorst, Sports Editor 1030 High Street Auburn, CA 95604 (530) 885-5656 www.auburnjournal.com

KOVR Channel 13 (CBS) 2713 KOVR Drive W. Sacramento, CA 95605 (916) 374-1336 www.cbs13.com

Comcast SportsNet California 4450 E. Commerce Way Sacramento, CA 95834 (866) 804-3504 www.comcastsportsnet.com

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KRJY Radio (1240 AM) P.O. Box 1228 Sacramento, CA 95812 (916) 553-3000 www.rejoice1240.com Sports 1140 KHTK (1140 AM) Jason Ross, Sports Director 5244 Madison Ave. Sacramento, CA 95841 (916) 338-9200 www.khtk.com KFBK Radio (1530 AM) Pat Walsh, Sports Director 1440 Ethan Way Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 924-3901 www.kfbk.com

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2009 ROSTER 2009 NUMERICAL ROSTER

HORNET BREAKDOWN BY POSITION

DEFENDERS (11) - Bryan Baker, Kyle Beasley, Pat Carden, Matt Linenberger, Diego Marroquin, Chris Polacek, Cody Shields, Almog Strikowski, Oscar Torrico, Manuel Verduzco, David von Stockhausen MIDFIELDERS (7) - Adam Bettencourt, Chris Bettencourt, Fernando Cabadas, Ernesto Carranza, Scott Crandall, Jason Duvall, Raul Rodriguez FORWARDS (6) - Max Alvarez, Chris Bettencourt, Ernesto Carranza, Matt Foy, David Norton, Matthew Tellez GOALKEEPERS (3) - Nick Gargiulo, Ryan Kenny, Bryan Oliver

BY CLASS

SENIORS (6) - Kyle Beasley, Scott Crandall, Jason Duvall, Nick Gargiulo, Ryan Kenny, David von Stockhausen JUNIORS (6) - Fernando Cabadas, Ernesto Carranza, Diego Marroquin, Raul Rodriguez, Cody Shields, Manuel Verduzco SOPHOMORES (6) - Bryan Baker, Adam Bettencourt, Chris Bettencourt, Matt Foy, Bryan Oliver, Matthew Tellez FRESHMEN (7) - Max Alvarez, Pat Carden, Matt Linenberger, David Norton, Chris Polacek, Almog Strikowski, Oscar Torrico

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Fernando Cabadas - caw-BUH-das Ernesto Carranza - KA-ron-ZA Nick Gargiulo - GAR-jewel-O Diego Marroquin - MARE-uh-KIN Chris Polacek - PAUL-uh-CHECK Almog Strikowski - ALL-mog STRI-kow-SKI

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Name Pos. Nick Gargiulo GK Ryan Kenny GK Pat Carden Def Diego Marroquin Def Oscar Torrico* Def Manuel Verduzco Def Fernando Cabadas MF Scott Crandall MF Max Alvarez Fwd Matthew Tellez Fwd Ernesto Carranza Fwd/MF Matt Linenberger Def Chris Bettencourt Fwd/MF Bryan Baker Def Matt Foy Fwd David Norton Fwd David von Stockhausen Def Adam Bettencourt MF Cody Shields Def Jason Duvall MF Kyle Beasley Def Raul Rodriquez MF Bryan Oliver GK Chris Polacek Def Almog Strikowski Def

Ht. 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-3 5-7 5-7 6-1 5-7 5-10 6-1 5-8 6-2 5-11 6-1 5-4 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-9

Wt. Yr.-Exp. Hometown/Previous School 175 Sr.-2V Sacramento, Calif./Seattle University 190 Sr.-3V Fresno, Calif./UC Santa Barbara 165 Fr.-HS Cameron Park, Calif./Jesuit HS 190 Jr.-TR Petaluma, Calif./Santa Rosa JC 150 Fr.-RS Vista, Calif./Rancho Buena Vista HS 155 Jr.-1V Oakdale, Calif./Chico State 160 Jr.-2V Sacramento, Calif./Hiram Johnson HS 150 Sr.-1V Elk Grove, Calif./Cosumnes River JC 155 Fr.-HS Napa, Calif./Napa HS 160 So.-1V Canyon Country, Calif./Canyon HS 145 Jr.-2V Oakdale, Calif./Oakdale HS 175 Fr.-HS Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit HS 160 So.-1V Hilmar, Calif./Hilmar HS 180 So.-TR Shingle Springs, Calif./American River JC 140 So.-1V Sacramento, Calif./West Campus HS 160 Fr.-HS Pleasanton, Calif./Foothill HS 165 Sr.-3V San Jose, Calif./Pioneer HS 170 So.-1V Hilmar, Calif./Hilmar HS 180 Jr.-2V Bonita, Calif./Bonita Vista HS 175 Sr.-1V Carmichael, Calif./American River JC 175 Sr.-2V Concord, Calif./Contra Costa JC 155 Jr.-TR Galt, Calif./Cosumnes River JC 180 So.-1V Rocklin, Calif./Rocklin HS 180 Fr.-HS San Diego, Calif./Canyon Crest Academy 155 Fr.-HS Agoura Hills, Calif./Agoura HS

*Redshirted the 2008 season

2009 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 8 13 20 17 12 6 2 10 7 19 14 0 1 11 3 15 22 23 21 18 24 9 4 5 16

Name Pos. Max Alvarez Fwd Bryan Baker Def Kyle Beasley Def Adam Bettencourt MF Chris Bettencourt Fwd/MF Fernando Cabadas MF Pat Carden Def Ernesto Carranza Fwd/MF Scott Crandall MF Jason Duvall MF Matt Foy Fwd Nick Gargiulo GK Ryan Kenny GK Matt Linenberger Def Diego Marroquin Def David Norton Fwd Bryan Oliver GK Chris Polacek Def Raul Rodriquez MF Cody Shields Def Almog Strikowski Def Matthew Tellez Fwd Oscar Torrico* Def Manuel Verduzco Def David von Stockhausen Def

*Redshirted the 2008 season

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Ht. 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-8 5-7 6-0 5-4 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-3 5-9 6-1 5-7 5-7 6-2

Wt. Yr.-Exp. Hometown/Previous School 155 Fr.-HS Napa, Calif./Napa HS 180 So.-TR Shingle Springs, Calif./American River JC 175 Sr.-2V Concord, Calif./Contra Costa JC 170 So.-1V Hilmar, Calif./Hilmar HS 160 So.-1V Hilmar, Calif./Hilmar HS 160 Jr.-2V Sacramento, Calif./Hiram Johnson HS 165 Fr.-HS Cameron Park, Calif./Jesuit HS 145 Jr.-2V Oakdale, Calif./Oakdale HS 150 Sr.-1V Elk Grove, Calif./Consumes River JC 175 Sr.-1V Carmichael, Calif./American River JC 140 So.-1V Sacramento, Calif./West Campus HS 175 Sr.-2V Sacramento, Calif./Seattle University 190 Sr.-3V Fresno, Calif./UC Santa Barbara 175 Fr.-HS Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit HS 190 Jr.-TR Petaluma, Calif./Santa Rosa JC 160 Fr.-HS Pleasanton, Calif./Foothill HS 180 So.-1V Rocklin, Calif./Rocklin HS 180 Fr.-HS San Diego, Calif./Canyon Crest Academy 155 Jr.-TR Galt, Calif./Cosumnes River JC 180 Jr.-2V Bonita, Calif./Bonita Vista HS 155 Fr.-HS Agoura Hills, Calif./Agoura HS 160 So.-1V Canyon Country, Calif./Canyon HS 150 Fr.-RS Vista, Calif./Rancho Buena Vista HS 155 Jr.-1V Oakdale, Calif./Chico State 165 Sr.-3V San Jose, Calif./Pioneer HS

COACHING STAFF MICHAEL LINENBERGER 21ST SEASON AS HEAD COACH DUKE, 1987

Michael Linenberger begins his 21st season at the helm of the Sacramento State men’s soccer program. He began his coaching career with the Hornets as an assistant in 1988 and co-head coach from 1989 to 1991, before taking sole control of the head coaching duties in 1992. He has led the team through each year as a member of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, beginning in 1992 and returns to the field in 2009 with hopes of capturing the MPSF’s automatic bid into the NCAA College Cup, which will be awarded via conference tournament for the first time since 2003. Sacramento State posted an 8-9-2 mark in 2008, finishing fourth in the MPSF with a record of 3-7-0. Three Hornets earned all-conference honors, with sophomore Fernando Cabadas earning first team accolades. Seniors Adam Owens (second team) and Omar Martinez (honorable mention) graduated and headed to Puerto Rico to continue their soccer careers at the professional level. The Hornets finished the 2007 campaign with a record of 4-13-2, including a 3-6-1 mark in the MPSF. For the Name: third straight season, the Hornets had a player drafted in the Major Indoor Soccer League as midfielder Eli Millan, Michael Linenberger who earned second team all-confernece honors, was selected in the fourth round by the California Cougars. He Place of Birth: joined Marco Ramirez (2005) and Pedro Lupercio (2006) as Cougar draft picks from Sacramento State. In 2003, Linenberger led the Hornet squad to its third-consecutive MPSF postseason appearance. It marked the Dallas, Texas first time Sacramento State had reached postseason play three consecutive years. Marital Status: During the 2001 season, Linenberger guided the Hornets to their first regular-season conference championship in the Div. I era (1991-present). Sacramento State’s 4-1-2 MPSF record also gave the Hornets their most conference Married (Michelle) wins in program history at the time. Due to his efforts, Linenberger was named the 2001 MPSF Men’s Soccer Coach Children: of the Year. Matthew (18), Melissa (13) Off the field, he served five years as a member of the NCAA Div. I national selection committee. Linenberger was named to the NCAA Div. I Men’s Soccer Committee in the fall of 1997. As chair of the Far West Region, he High School: travelled to Indianapolis, and served as the region representative during the process of selecting the 48 teams that Lake Highlands HS compete annually in the NCAA tournament. Dallas, Texas (1983 As a member of the NCAA soccer committee, Linenberger’s duties included overseeing site selection in the Far West Region for all rounds leading up to the Men’s College Cup, updating selection criteria and standards for the Bachelor’s Degree: championships, rating conferences and serving at the College Cup as a member of the NCAA contingent which Duke (1987) oversees the event. Psychology In October of 2008, Linenberger was named head coach of the U.S. Soccer Olympic Development Program for Region IV, overseeing all five age groups between u-14 and u-18. Linenberger is in charge of coach selection, Record at Sac State: player selection and the overall training curriculum. 125-210-33 In addition, Linenberger was named as a scout by the U.S. Soccer Federation for Project 2010, an initiative designed to make the men’s national team fully competitive by the 2010 World Cup. His primary duties included the scouting of 13-14 year olds in Northern California that have future national team potential but are not in the ODP system. Linenberger received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Duke University in 1987. He was a four-year letterwinner as a member of the Blue Devils’ soccer team and a team captain. He was captain of the 1986 squad which won the NCAA Div. I national title. Linenberger played professional soccer with the Sacramento Senators and for FC St. Pauli and SC Norderstedt in Germany’s second and third divisions. In addition, 30 of his former Sacramento State student-athletes have gone on to professional careers. That includes Joe Enochs, who was named to the 2001 U.S. National team. A holder of a United States Soccer Federation A license in coaching, Linenberger played with the under-20 United States National Youth Team and in the U.S. Olympic Festival.

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COACHING STAFF MATT McDOUGALL FOURTH SEASON AS ASSISTANT COACH SACRAMENTO STATE, 2006

Matt McDougall enters his fourth season as an assistant coach with the men’s soccer program. McDougall is a former three-time Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honoree with the Hornets. He was promoted to the team’s top assistant position in July of 2009 after serving as the goalkeeper’s coach the previous three seasons. Under his new position, McDougall will be instrumental in recruiting and the day-to-day functions of the program, including film exchange and defensive coaching. He holds the Division I program record with 306 career saves and is second all-time with 10 career shutouts. His 1.45 career goals against average ranks second in the school’s Division I history, and in 2004, he spent every minute in goal for Sacramento State. In 2005, he earned all-MPSF first team honors after posting a career best 1.15 goals against average and leading the Hornets to a 9-7-2 record, the program’s best mark since 1992. In his final two seasons in net for the Hornets, McDougall led the MPSF in saves A local graduate of Jesuit High School, McDougall led the Mauraders to consecutive Metro League championships in 2000 and 2001. In 2007, McDougall led the Stockton Pumas to the Premier Arena Soccer League’s Summer National Championship while earning tournament MVP honors. McDougall has also played for the Sacramento Knights of the National Premier Soccer League and the California/Stockton Cougars of the Major Indoor Soccer League during the past three years. He is also the goalkeepers coach for the San Juan Soccer club.

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Name: Matt McDougall Place of Birth: Portland, Ore. High School: Jesuit HS Carmichael, Calif. (2002) Bachelor’s Degree: Sacramento State (2006) Business Administration Professional Seasons: Three Sacramento Knights (06-08) California Cougars (07-08)

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COACHING STAFF GREG CURRY

FIRST SEASON AS ASSISTANT COACH UC SANTA BARBARA, 2008 Greg Curry begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Hornets Curry comes to Sacramento State from the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer, where he was a member of their reserve squad after being selected in the third round of the 2008 MLS draft. Injuries forced Curry to retire in 2008, and he returns to his hometown to begin his collegiate coaching career. A 2003 graduate of Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, Curry was a four-year letterwinner at UC Santa Barbara for coach Tim Von Steeg from 2003-07, redshirting the 2005 season. He was a part of the Gauchos 2006 national championship squad, starting on the defensive backline in both College Cup contests, including the title game against UCLA. Curry was also a key member of the UC Santa Barbara squad that lost in the national final in 2004 to Indiana on penalty kicks. Curry was the Sacramento Bee’s 2002 Metro Player of the Year while at Christian Brothers, and was a three-time Sierra Valley League MVP. He returned to the high school ranks, coaching the San Marcos High School varsity girls soccer team in 2007. Curry has also served as a coach for the California Legends and Santa Barbara Soccer Club at the youth level. He graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 2008 with a degree in business.

OSCAR SANDOVAL SECOND SEASON AS VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT SACRAMENTO STATE, 2007

SUPPORT STAFF

Former Hornet Oscar Sandoval begins his second season as a volunteer assistant coach. A two-time all-conference selection, Sandoval was named to the MPSF first team in 2006 after scoring six goals, ending his two-year career with 14 goals and four assists. Known for his creativity and flair on the field, some highlights during his senior season included scoring the game-tying goal with a bicycle kick en route to a 2-1 overtime victory at UNLV. He also scored twice in a 3-1 victory over Air Force, and ended his collegiate career scoring in the final match of the season, a 3-0 victory at San Jose State. Prior to his time in the Green and Gold, Sandoval attended Moorpark College were he was a two-time all-Western State Conference selection. A native of Littlerock, Calif., Sandoval graduated from Sacramento State in 2007 with a degree in communications.

Heather Farwig Athletic Trainer

J.D. Fox

Media Relations Contact

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Carter Mattice Equipment Manager

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Adam Primas Marketing Director

Tracy Ralls Public Address

Steve Tebbs

Facilities Director

THE RETURNERS #20 KYLE BEASLEY

6-1 • 175 • SENIOR • DEFENDER CONCORD, CALIF. • CONTRA COSTA JC

AS A JUNIOR (2008) Saw time in eight matches off the Hornet bench...posted second career shot against Menlo on Sept. 12...naturally left-footed player who played at left back and as an outside midfielder... MPSF all-academic selection. AS A SOPHOMORE (2007) Appeared in 10 matches, making five starts during his first season...was a valuable member of the Hornets back line...posted one shot on the season. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one year at Contra Costa College in 2005...was a first team all-Bay Valley conference pick at left back for the Comets...led Rudy Zeller’s club to the best record in school history at 15-2-4. HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Concord HS in Concord, Calif...was a four year varsity starter for the Minutemen...an all-Diablo Foothill Athletic League selection his final three years, including a first team selection his senior season...runner up for league MVP his senior year for coach Rory Gentry...played three years of club ball with MDSL United out of Concord, Calif...led coach Rich Seithel’s team to an undefeated season and Norcal Premiere League title in 2005...also played in the Super-y league with DVSC for three years. PERSONAL Born Jan 9, 1987...parents are Gary and Debbie Beasley...majoring in business.

CAREER STATS Year 2007 (Sophomore) 2008 (Junior) Total

Matches-Starts 10-5 8-0 18-5

Goals 0 0 0

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Assists 0 0 0

Points 0 0 0

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Shots 1 1 2

Shot% .000 .000 .000

Shots On Goal 0 1 1

SOG% .000 1.000 .500

THE RETURNERS #7 SCOTT CRANDALL 5-7 • 150 • SENIOR • MIDFIELDER ELK GROVE, CALIF. • COSUMNES RIVER JC

AS A JUNIOR (2008) Appeared in all 19 matches in the midfield, making four starts...posted first career goal against Long Island in the 80th minute on Aug. 31...posted first career assist on Zach Tuss’ 67th minute goal against Denver on Oct. 19...put eight of 15 shots on goal...valuable outside midfielder who serves as one of the team’s leaders on and off the field. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played the 2003 and 2006 seasons at Cosumnes River JC in Sacramento...spent 2004-05 on a LDS mission in Fort Worth, Texas...led the Hawks to a No. 9 national ranking in 2006 and the 2003 Northern California Championship. HIGH SCHOOL A 2003 graduate of Elk Grove HS in Elk Grove, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for coach Seth Boyle and the Herd... earned all-Delta League honors during his senior campaign...played club soccer for Sacramento United from 2000-03. PERSONAL Born March 1, 1985...parents are William and Judy Crandall...majoring in communications.

Year 2008 (Junior)

Matches-Starts 19-4

Goals 1

CAREER STATS Assists 1

Points 3

9

Shots 15

Shot% .067

Shots On Goal 8

SOG% .533

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THE RETURNERS #19 JASON DUVALL 6-0 • 175 • SENIOR • MIDFIELDER CARMICHAEL, CALIF. • AMERICAN RIVER JC

AS A JUNIOR (2008) Made 11 appearances in the midfield off the bench in his first season...scored first career goal at San Jose State on Nov. 15...posted four shots, including two on goal. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at American River JC for coach Paul Hansen...led the Beavers to the Big 7 Conference title as a sophomore in 2006 while being named team MVP...earned first team allBig 7 honors that season after leading the team in scoring with six goals and eight assists. HIGH SCHOOL Was a 2005 graduate of Rio Americano HS in Sacramento...was a two-year varsity letterwinner for coach Joe Berico... led the squad with eight goals during his senior season while being named team offensive MVP...earned all-Capital Athletic League honors in 2004 while also being named team MVP...played club ball for the San Juan Rangers...led the squad to the State Cup title in 2005 after scoring a goal in the championship match...was a club teammate of Hornet ‘keeper Nick Gargiulo. PERSONAL Born Jan. 1, 1987...parents are John and Joanne Duvall...majoring in organizational communications...plays the drums in a rock band.

Year 2008 (Junior)

Matches-Starts 11-0

Goals 1

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CAREER STATS Assists 0

Points 2

10

Shots 4

Shot% .250

Shots On Goal 2

SOG% .500

THE RETURNERS #0 NICK GARGIULO 6-0 • 175 • SENIOR • GOALKEEPER SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • SEATTLE UNIVERSITY

AS A JUNIOR (2008) Saw action in two matches, making one start at San Jose State on Nov. 15...collected five saves. 2007 SEASON Received medical hardship for the season after shoulder surgery...appeared in two contests, including in relief of Ryan Kenny on Sept. 16 at UC Riverside after Kenny was given a red card... started the following game against Saint Mary’s...allowed just one goal in 123 minutes of action despite playing with only one healthy shoulder. AS A SOPHOMORE (2006) Appeared in three matches, including two starts during the season...earned his first victory of the season, making eight saves in a 3-2 victory over Valparaiso on Sept. 4. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played one season at Seattle University, appearing in six games with five starts...finished with a 3-2 record and one shutout, 26 saves and a 1.27 goals against average. HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Jesuit High School in Sacramento, Calif...was a two-time all-Delta League first team selection for the Mauraders and was named to the 2004 Sacramento All-Star Team... Jesuit was ranked the No. 1 high school team in the nation in the fall of 2003...as the starting goalkeeper that season, posted a 0.50 goals against average...team also won three Delta League titles and two CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I titles...was also a Region IV Olympic Development Program team member, a California North State Team member, and a Super Y League Regional ODP team member... selected as one of 25 nationwide attendees to the Nike Goalkeepers Advanced National Training Center where he was trained by Tony DeCicco, played five years for the San Juan Rangers. PERSONAL Born Feb. 22, 1987...parents are John and Debbie Gargiulo...major is kinesiology.

Year 2006 (Sophomore) 2007 (Redshirt) 2008 (Junior) Total

Matches-Starts 3-2 2-1 2-1 7-4

CAREER STATS

Minutes 225:00 123:27 135:00 483:27

GA 4 1 4 9

GA Avg 1.60 0.73 2.67 1.68

11

Saves 12 5 5 22

W 1 0 0 1

L 1 1 1 3

T 0 0 0 0

Sho 0 0 0 0

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THE RETURNERS #1 RYAN KENNY 6-3 • 190 • SENIOR • GOALKEEPER FRESNO, CALIF. • UC SANTA BARBARA

AS A JUNIOR (2008) Missed the beginning of the season due to a broken hand...came on late to make six starts in goal...posted a 2-3-0 record with a 1.59 goals against average...collected 28 saves and two clean sheets. AS A SOPHOMORE (2007) Started in 18 of the team’s 19 games in goal for the Hornets, posting a 1.77 goals against average...posted two shutouts on the season, against UNLV on Oct. 12 and against Air Force on Nov. 4...both shutouts occured at home...collected 74 saves, with a save percentage of .698... posted a season high eight saves against Butler on Sept. 2. AS A FRESHMAN (2006) Finished the season with a 4-5-2 record in 11 starts...started the last four matches of the season, helping Sacramento State end its season on a four-match unbeaten streak...made 58 saves and posted one shutout...his 1.00 goals against average tied for second in single season history...made gigantic stops for Sacramento State in a 1-1 tie with ninth-ranked New Mexico on Oct. 12...also recorded an assist on Ryan Rhoads’ goal in a 3-1 victory over Air Force, sending a deep punt down the field that Rhoads was able to put past the keeper. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Redshirted at UC Santa Barbara in 2005. HIGH SCHOOL A 2005 graduate of Buchanan High School in Fresno, Calif...led the Bears to the CIF Division I championship as a sophomore and return appearance in the title game as a junior...helped lead Buchanan to the Tri-City Athletic Conference title, posting a 0.64 goals against average...was a three-time all-county selection for the Bears and produced a 0.79 goals against average as a senior...played in between the posts for the Cal North ODP squad for three years, helping the team to the finals of the ODP Region IV Tournament...played for the California Odyssey of the USL Super Y-League. PERSONAL Born Sept. 11, 1987...parents are Jeff and Nina Kenny...major is business.

Year 2006 (Freshman) 2007 (Sophomore) 2008 (Junior) Total

Matches-Starts 11-11 18-18 6-6 35-35

CAREER STATS

Minutes 991:58 1630:41 508:41 3131:20

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GA 11 32 9 52

GA Avg 1.00 1.77 1.59 1.49

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Saves 58 74 28 160

W 4 4 2 10

L 5 11 3 19

T 2 2 0 4

Sho 1 2 2 5

THE RETURNERS #16 DAVID von STOCKHAUSEN 6-2 • 165 • SENIOR • DEFENDER SAN JOSE, CALIF. • PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL

AS A JUNIOR (2008) Started 18 games for the Hornets in the defensive backfield...collected first career assist at UNLV on Oct. 10...posted five shots on the season, putting one shot on goal. AS A SOPHOMORE (2007) Appeared in 11 matches, making nine starts in the Hornets defensive backfield...scored first career goal against Denver on Nov. 2, breaking away on a through pass by Ernesto Carranza... put all four of his shots on goal. 2006 Redshirted during the season. AS A FRESHMAN (2005) Saw time on the back line and in the midfield...appeared off the bench in eight matches with one start...was slowed at the end of the season with a foot injury. HIGH SCHOOL A 2004 graduate of Pioneer High School in San Jose, Calif...he was a four-year varsity starter under head coaches Jeff Favro and Ray Avalos...as a senior, he was named MVP of the Mt. Hamilton Division in the Blossom Valley Athletic League after the Mustangs finished second in the BVAL...that season he was also named to the Central Coast Section Team after leading Pioneer to the CCS Div. II Finals...his senior and junior seasons, he was named team captain as well as team MVP...during 2003-04, his senior season, he finished third on the team in scoring despite playing on the back line and during his junior season, he led the Mustangs in scoring and was named to the BVAL second team...most recently played for the Santa Clara Sporting Ruckus under head coach Charlie Hatfield...he helped lead the team to the 2005 Dallas Cup semifinals and Nomads Finals...in 2002, he trained with the District II ODP team. PERSONAL Born Oct. 27, 1986...parents are Jim and Martha von Stockhausen...major is criminal justice.

Year Matches-Starts 2005 (Freshman) 8-1 2007 (RS Sophomore) 11-9 2008 (Junior) 18-18 Total 37-28

Goals 0 1 0 1

CAREER STATS Assists 0 0 1 1

Points 0 2 1 3

13

Shots 0 4 5 9

Shot% .000 .250 .000 .111

Shots On Goal 0 4 1 5

SOG% .000 1.000 .200 .556

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THE RETURNERS #6 FERNANDO CABADAS

6-1 • 160 • JUNIOR • MIDFIELDER SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • HIRAM JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Earned first team all-MPSF honors after a sophomore campaign that saw him score two goals and add an assist...started 17 matches...connected on lone penalty kick conversion of the season against Cal Poly on Sept. 28, which tied the game...put 11 of his 22 shots on frame... impressed opposing coaches with manuverability and craftiness in the midfield, often dribbling and spinning around defenders. AS A FRESHMAN (2007) Walked on the team after impressing coaches in open campus-wide tryouts..earned scholarship after fall season...appeared in 17 matches, making 13 starts...scored two goals and collected four assists on the season...made his first career goal a memorable one, connecting on a bicycle kick with one second remaining against UC Riverside to tie the score at 2-2...also tallied a goal in the Hornets 4-1 victory over Menlo on Sept. 30...three of his assists came on game-winning or game-tying goals. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Hiram Johnson HS in Sacramento, Calif...was a three year letterwinner for the Warriors at the midfield position...did not play organized youth soccer. PERSONAL Born Dec. 20, 1988...parents are Librado Cabadas and Maria Sandoval...majoring in mathematics.

CAREER STATS Year 2007 (Freshman) 2008 (Sophomore) Total

Matches-Starts 17-13 17-17 34-30

Goals 2 2 4

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Points 8 5 13

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Shots 37 22 59

Shot% .054 .091 .068

Shots On Goal 12 11 23

SOG% .324 .500 .390

THE RETURNERS #10 ERNESTO CARRANZA 5-8 • 145 • JUNIOR • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER OAKDALE, CALIF. • OAKDALE HIGH SCHOOL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Started all 19 contests for the Hornets during his sophomore campaign...seeing action at both forward and midfielder...scored two goals and added three assists...earned all-tournament honors at the Saint Mary’s Tournament after providing the game-winning assist against Houston Baptist...connected on lone penalty kick of the season at New Mexico on Oct. 12...posted 26 shots on the season. AS A FRESHMAN (2007) Earned honorable mention all-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation honors after leading the Hornets in scoring with nine points...posted three goals and three assists while appearing in all 19 contests...one of five players to see action in every game...made 18 starts in the midfield and at forward...was the team’s designated penalty kicker, going 2-for-2 on the season...one of the MPSF’s quickest players with and without the ball. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Oakdale HS in Oakdale, Calif...led Oakdale to an appearance in the playoffs his senior season after leading the VOL with 30 assists, while scoring 15 goals...four-time Modesto Bee all-district selection, including an MVP selection his junior season after he posted 38 goals and 28 assists...scored both goals in 2-1 section finals victory in 2005...scored 113 goals and tallied 114 assists during his high school career...led Mustangs to section titles each of his first three years...was high school teammates with fellow Hornet Manuel Verduzco...was member of U-15 U.S. National team...played club soccer with the San Juan Thunder...led team to State Cup final in 2006. PERSONAL Born March 22, 1989...parents are Jose and Maria Caranza...major is communication studies.

CAREER STATS Year 2007 (Freshman) 2008 (Sophomore) Total

Matches-Starts 19-18 19-19 38-37

Goals 3 2 5

Assists 3 3 6

Points 9 7 16

15

Shots 18 26 44

Shot% .167 .077 .114

Shots On Goal 5 5 10

SOG% .278 .192 .227

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THE RETURNERS #18 CODY SHIELDS 6-3 • 180 • JUNIOR • DEFENDER BONITA, CALIF. • BONITA VISTA HIGH SCHOOL

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Saw time in six matches during his sophomore campaign...posted lone shot of the season at San Jose State on Nov. 15. AS A FRESHMAN (2007) Valuable contributor off the Hornet bench...was one of five players to appear in all 19 matches...made one start...scored first career goal to start a Hornet comeback from a two-goal deficit against UC Riverside on Sept. 16...was second on the team in assists with three...assisted on Eli Millan’s golden-goal against UNLV on Oct. 12. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Bonita Vista HS in Chula Vista, Calif...four year letterwinner in soccer for coach Jason Murphy... led the Barons to the Mesa League title in 2004...earned all-league honors in his final two seasons, including first team honors in 2006...tallied 12 goals and six assists during his senior campaign...was named MVP of the San Diego Hilltop tournament during his final year at Bonita Vista. PERSONAL Born Sept. 14, 1989...parents are Robert and Stacie Shields...brother Bryan Shields is a kicker and punter on the San Diego State football team...major is communication studies.

CAREER STATS Year 2007 (Freshman) 2008 (Sophomore) Total

Matches-Starts 19-1 6-0 25-1

Goals 1 0 1

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Points 5 0 5

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Shots 6 1 7

Shot% .167 .000 .143

Shots On Goal 5 1 6

SOG% .833 1.000 .857

THE RETURNERS #5 MANUEL VERDUZCO 5-7 • 155 • JUNIOR • DEFENDER OAKDALE, CALIF. • CHICO STATE

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008) Saw the field in four matches in his first season in the Green and Gold...took two shots on the season...posted first career shot on goal against Menlo on Sept. 12. PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Spent the 2007 season at Chico State...started all 20 contests for the Wildcats in the central midfield...totaled one goal and one assist on the season. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Oakdale HS in Oakdale, Calif...was a four-time all-Valley Oak League selection...led his team in goals with 16 during his senior campaign...led the team to the VOL and Sac-Joaquin Section titles in each of his first three years...played club soccer for the San Juan Thunder...led the club to the finals of the California State Cup in 2006 and 2007...was high school and club teammates with fellow Hornet Ernesto Carranza. PERSONAL Born Dec. 16, 1988...parents are Miguel and Maria Verduzco...major is mechanical engineering.

Year 2008 (Sophomore)

Matches-Starts 4-0

Goals 0

CAREER STATS Assists 0

Points 0

17

Shots 2

Shot% .000

Shots On Goal 1

SOG% .500

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THE RETURNERS #17 ADAM BETTENCOURT 6-0 • 170 • SOPHOMORE • MIDFIELDER HILMAR, CALIF. • HILMAR HIGH SCHOOL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Played in 18 matches, making 17 starts...missed one match due to yellow card accumulations... scored first career-goal against UC Irvine in the 86th minute, earning the Hornets a tie against a team that reached the round of 16 at the NCAA Tournament and lost just twice all season... earned MPSF Player of the Week and Saint Mary’s all-tournament honors following the goal... found the back of the net for the second time on Oct. 17 against Air Force...MPSF all-academic honoree. 2007 Used a redshirt for the 2007 campaign. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Hilmar High School...played four seasons for the Yellowjackets in the midfield...three time all-Western Athletic Conference honoree...was named Most Valuable Offensive Player of the WAC his final three seasons...as a senior recorded 18 goals and six assists in leading Hilmar to the Division V Sac-Joaquin Section Championship...scored two goals and added an assist in section semifinal game...scored 14 goals and compiled 10 assists during his junior campaign...as a sophomore in 2004, led the Yellowjackets to the Division IV Sac-Joaquin Section Championship...competed at the club level for the Turlock Tornadoes, leading them into the State Cup quarterfinals in 2007. PERSONAL Born June 19, 1989...parents are Louie and Rachel Bettencourt...cousin Chris is also a member of the Hornet soccer team...major is construction management.

Year 2008 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 18-17

Goals 2

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Points 4

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Shots 19

Shot% .105

Shots On Goal 6

SOG% .316

THE RETURNERS #12 CHRIS BETTENCOURT 5-11 • 160 • SOPHOMORE • FORWARD/MIDFIELDER HILMAR, CALIF. • HILMAR HIGH SCHOOL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Saw the pitch in 18 of the Hornets 19 matches, missing one due to yellow card suspension... started 17 contests, scoring three goals and adding two assists...provided game-winning assist against Cal State Bakersfield and game-winning goal against Long Island in opening weekend of the season...posted two goals in the Hornets 3-0 victory at Air Force on Oct. 31, assisting on the other goal for a five point day...named to the Copa de Causeway all-tournament team... finished second on the team in goals, points (8), shots (44), and shots on goal (19). 2007 SEASON Used a redshirt for the 2007 campaign. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Hilmar HS in Hilmar, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Matt Morro...scored 23 goals and had 13 assists his senior season in leading Hilmar to the Division V Sac-Joaquin Section Championship....was named most outstanding offensive player of the Western Athletic Conference during his senior year...was named the most valuable player of the Trans Valley League his sophomore season...played eight seasons of club soccer with the Turlock Tornadoes for coach Louie Bettencourt...scored a hat trick in the round of 16 at the State Cup in ‘06...scored game winning goal in semifinals of State Cup. PERSONAL Born Feb. 13 1989...parents are Agnel and Lina Bettencourt...cousin Adam is also a member of the Hornet soccer team... major is business administration.

Year 2008 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 18-17

Goals 3

CAREER STATS Assists 2

Points 8

19

Shots 44

Shot% .068

Shots On Goal 19

SOG% .432

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THE RETURNERS #14 MATT FOY

5-4 • 140 • SOPHOMORE • FORWARD SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • WEST CAMPUS HIGH SCHOOL AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Appeared in 10 matches off the Hornet bench in the midfield and at forward...scored his first career goal in the 79th minute against Menlo on Sept. 12, blasting a shot from the top of the 18...collected an improbable golden goal on Nov. 9 against UNLV...he entered the contest to start the second overtime, having not been on the field at all during the previous 100 minutes of play...his time to shine came in the 104th minute as Omar Martinez slotted a perfect through ball that was tracked down by Foy, who shot the ball in one motion underneath a sliding UNLV goalie for the game-winning goal. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of West Campus HS in Sacramento...four-year letterwinner for coach Rogelio Rubio...earned Capital Valley League MVP honors during his final campaign for the Warriors, scoring 31 goals and adding 16 assists...led the league in goals, assists and points (78), while the Warriors reached the semifinals of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs... named first team all-Metro by the Sacramento Bee...was a three time all-league selection, scoring 66 goals during his career...played at the club level for the Placer United, and was coached by former Sacramento State assistant Jason Gantt. PERSONAL Born Dec. 18, 1989...parents are Michael and Mary Foy...majoring in criminal justice.

Year 2008 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 10-0

Goals 2

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Points 4

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Shots 4

Shot% .500

Shots On Goal 3

SOG% .750

THE RETURNERS #22 BRYAN OLIVER 6-1 • 180 • SOPHOMORE • GOALKEEPER ROCKLIN, CALIF. • ROCKLIN HIGH SCHOOL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Started 12 matches in goal during his freshman campaign...posted five clean sheets, good for second in school single-season history...posted a span of shutouts in four of his first five collegiate matches...went 5-5-2 as a starter...collected a goals against average of 0.87, the best single-season mark in school history...posted 61 saves and a .847 save percentage...shut out UNLV in final home match on Nov. 7. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Rocklin HS in Rocklin, Calif...played four years of varsity ball for head coach Paul Morrison...was the 2006 Sierra Foothill League MVP after setting a league record with 11 shutouts...was named first team all-metro by the Sacramento Bee...led team to the league title, as well as the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship...was named first team all-league in 2005, while earning honorable mention all-metro honors...was the SFL defensive player and freshman of the year in 2004...competed for Placer United at the club level, and was coached by former Hornet assistant Jason Gantt. PERSONAL Born Feb. 9, 1990...parents are Mark and Danell Oliver...major is undeclared.

Year 2008 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 12-12

CAREER STATS

Minutes 1133:39

GA 11

GA Avg 0.87

21

Saves 61

W 5

L 5

T 2

Sho 5

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THE RETURNERS #9 MATTHEW TELLEZ 6-1 • 160 • SOPHOMORE • FORWARD CANYON COUNTRY, CALIF. • CANYON HIGH SCHOOL

AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Appeared in all 19 matches for the Hornets, making four starts...took 22 shots on the season, including a career-high four against New Mexico on Nov. 7...posted 11 shots on goal. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Canyon HS in Canyon Country, Calif...was a three year letterwinner for the Cowboys...was an all-CIF South Section Division II selection as a junior after posting 19 goals and 11 assists...named first team all-Santa Clarita Valley by the The Signal after leading his team to the CIF South Section Division II playoffs...scored a goal and added an assist in a 3-2 first round overtime playoff loss...played club soccer for the Los Angeles Futbol Club based in La Cañada, Calif...was part of the club’s 2007 U.S. Club Soccer Champions Cup title, leading his U17 team to a first place finish at the prestigious tournament held at Disney World’s Wide World of Sports Complex by scoring three goals...collected seven goals in the Nomads College Showcase in 2007, leading LAFC to the tournament title...competed in the 2008 U.S. Soccer Development Academy with LAFC, leading them to the finals of the tournament which were broadcast live on ESPNU. PERSONAL Born July 3, 1990...parents are Bruce Tellez and Alexis Gastelum-Tellez...major is undeclared..

Year 2008 (Freshman)

Matches-Starts 19-4

Goals 0

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Points 0

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Shots 22

Shot% .000

Shots On Goal 11

SOG% .500

THE NEWCOMERS #8 MAX ALVAREZ 5-10 • 155 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD NAPA, CALIF. • NAPA HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Napa HS in Napa, Calif...was a four-year letterwinner for the Indians... three-time all-Monticello Empire League and all-Napa County...2008 Napa County Player of the Year after scoring 42 goals, leading Napa to a 15-9-2 record and the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs...scored 108 goals during the final three years of his career...also a standout on the football field, being named Napa County Special Teams Player of the Year after converting on 39-of-41 PAT’s, five field goals and registering 23 touchbacks...also earned all-league honors in golf...competed for Davis Legacy ‘91 at the club level...led the Legacy to the Disney Soccer Showcase championship this past winter while earning tournament MVP honors. PERSONAL Born June 16, 1991...parents are Sal and Antonia Alvarez...major is undeclared.

#13 BRYAN BAKER 6-1 • 180 • SOPHOMORE • DEFENDER SHINGLE SPRINGS, CALIF. • AMERICAN RIVER JC

PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played at American River JC in Sacramento, Calif. during the 2008 season...was named team MVP and second team all-Big 8 Conference...led team to 15-3-5 overall record...part of defense that limited opponents to less than one goal per game...also a threat offensively, he scored two goals and added three assists. HIGH SCHOOL 2007 graduate of Ponderosa HS in Shingle Springs, Calif...three-year varsity letterwinner for the Bruins...was MVP of the Sierra Valley League as a senior, scoring eight goals and adding seven assists...earned all-conference honors in each of his three seasons, including a pair of first team nods...competed for the San Juan Lightning at the club level, leading his squad to four straight Cal Cup titles. PERSONAL Born October 17, 1989...parents are Barry and Anne Baker...majoring in business administration.

#2 PAT CARDEN

5-10 • 165 • FRESHMAN • DEFENDER CAMERON PARK, CALIF. • JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Jesuit HS in Carmichael, Calif...four-year letterwinner in soccer for coach Paul Rose...team was ranked No. 1 in the nation by both ESPN and the NSCAA in 2008... played with Hornet teammate Matt Linenberger...also a three-year letterwinner in lacrosse... played club soccer with the Cal Rush. PERSONAL Born July 15, 1991...parents are Patrick and Lori Carden...major is undeclared.

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THE NEWCOMERS #11 MATT LINENBERGER 6-2 • 175 • FRESHMAN • DEFENDER SACRAMENTO, CALIF. • JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Jesuit HS in Carmichael, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Paul Rose...was a first team all-Delta River League honoree as a senior, while earning defensive MVP honors for the team, which was ranked No. 1 by both ESPN and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America...played with teammate Pat Carden...was named one of the top ten high school players to watch by the Sacramento Bee in 2008...competed at the club level for California Rush, where he led the team to a US Soccer club regional title and back-to-back State Cup titles...also took part in the Olympic Development Program at the state level. PERSONAL Born November 17, 1990...parents are Michael and Michelle Linenberger...son of the team’s head coach...majoring in business administration.

#3 DIEGO MARROQUIN 6-3 • 190 • JUNIOR • DEFENDER PETALUMA, CALIF. • SANTA ROSA JC

PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played the last two seasons at Santa Rosa JC, leading the Bear Cubs to a pair of Big 8 Conference titles....a standout on the defensive back line who earned first team All-America honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America after leading Santa Rosa to a 19-1-4 mark and a final national ranking of No. 3...also named first team all-Far West Region by the NSCAA and Big 8 Conference Player of the Year...the Bear Cubs ran off a stretch of 10 straight shutouts, and blanked their opponents in 14 of the team’s 24 games...was also a threat offensively, scoring two goals and adding two assists in 2008...scored game-winning goal in the state semifinal against Santa Ana in 2007. HIGH SCHOOL A 2006 graduate of Petaluma HS in Petaluma, Calif...four-year starter for the Trojans in the midfield...earned all-Sonoma County League honors in each of his seasons...competed for Santa Rosa United and Sonoma County Sol clubs. PERSONAL Born August 10, 1988...parents are Edgar Marroquin and Patrisha Tomasino...majoring in psychology.

#15 DAVID NORTON 5-9 • 160 • FRESHMAN • FORWARD PLEASANTON, CALIF. • FOOTHILL HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Foothill HS in Pleasanton, Calif...four-year letterwinner for coach Chuck Lemoine and the Falcons...earned first team all-East Bay Athletic League honors as both a junior and senior after leading the team in goals...also competed in football and track at Foothill... played his club soccer for Ballistic United of Pleasanton, where he scored 32 goals in 32 games during the 2008 season. PERSONAL Born August 4, 1989...parents are Jeff and Dana Norton...was born in Ethiopia...majoring in graphic design.

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THE NEWCOMERS #23 CHRIS POLACEK 5-11 • 180 • FRESHMAN • DEFENDER SAN DIEGO, CALIF. • CANYON CREST ACADEMY

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Canyon Crest Academy in Del Mar, Calif...four-time team MVP for coach Tom Lockhart...earned first team all-Coastal South League and second team all-San Diego Division III by the Union Tribune and the San Diego Hall of Champions...earned all-academic honors by the Union Tribune in each of his four seasons...played club soccer for the Del Mar Sharks, leading the team to a No. 1 national ranking in 2005 and a Surf Cup title in 2006. PERSONAL Born Feb. 2, 1991...parents are John and Gail Polacek...majoring in business administration.

#21 RAUL RODRIGUEZ 5-9 • 155 • JUNIOR • MIDFIELDER GALT, CALIF. • COSUMNES RIVER JC

PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE Played two seasons at Cosumnes River JC for coach Ron Preble...scored eight goals and added seven assists as a sophomore. HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 graduate of Galt HS in Galt, Calif...four-year letterwinner for the Warriors and coach Bob Merten...named Sierra Valley Conference Offensive MVP as a junior and a senior...scored 28 goals and added 13 assists during his final season, when he was named SVC MVP and first team all-metro by the Sacramento Bee...ended his career with 53 goals and 38 assists. PERSONAL Born June 5, 1989...parents are Raul Rodriguez and Lisa McCartney...majoring in kinesiology with plans to become a chiropractor.

#24 ALMOG STRIKOWSKI 5-9 • 155 • FRESHMAN • DEFENDER AGOURA HILLS, CALIF. • AGOURA HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL A 2009 graduate of Agoura HS in Agoura Hills, Calif...four-year letterwinner for the Chargers...two-time second team all-Marmonte League honoree...led team to a 7-2-2 record as a senior, a season where he served as team captain...played club soccer for LAFC-Chelsea... scored five goals and added five assists during Premier League play in 2008, leading his team to a second place finish. PERSONAL Born September 2, 1991...parents are Arik and Shoshi Strikowski...majoring in business administration.

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THE NEWCOMERS #4 OSCAR TORRICO

5-7 • 150 • FRESHMAN • DEFENDER VISTA, CALIF. • RANCHO BUENA VISTA HIGH SCHOOL 2008 SEASON Redshirted his first season at Sacramento State. HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 graduate of Rancho Buena Vista HS in Vista, Calif...four-year letterwinner for the Longhorns and coach David Whiddon...earned first team all-Avocado League honors during his junior and senior campaigns after leading his team to back-to-back league titles...played club soccer for the San Diego Surf...led team to the Nomads College Showcase and Chivas Cup titles in 2006. PERSONAL Born Sept. 23, 1990...parents are Guadalupe Torrico and Maria de la Paz Torrico...major is undeclared.

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2008 RESULTS/STATS Home 6-4-1 2-3-0 4-1-1

DATE Aug 29 Aug 31 Sep 5 Sep 7 Sep 12 Sep 14 Sep 17 Sep 25 Sep 28 Oct 5 Oct 10 Oct 12 Oct 17 Oct 19 Oct 31

OPPONENT Cal State Bakersfield$ Long Island$ vs UC Irvine^ vs Houston Baptist^ MENLO COLLEGE SAINT MARY’S at CS Northridge #21 UC DAVIS CAL POLY SAN JOSE STATE* at UNLV* at New Mexico* AIR FORCE* DENVER* at Air Force*

W/L W W T O2 W W W L L T O2 W L L L L W

Nov 2 Nov 7 Nov 9 Nov 15

at Denver* NEW MEXICO* UNLV* at San Jose State*

Away 1-5-0 1-4-0 0-1-0

Neutral 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1

OMAR MARTINEZ

Overall 8-9-2 3-7-0 5-2-2

All Games Conference Non-Conference

SCORE ATT. GOAL SCORERS 1-0 255 Bl. Nunes 2-0 207 C. Bettencourt, Crandall 1-1 100 A. Bettencourt 2-0 150 Team, Bl. Nunes 2-0 172 Team, Foy 1-0 501 Bl. Nunes 1-2 350 Bl. Nunes 0-1 504 1-1 397 Cabadas 1-0 460 Tuss 1-4 306 Bl. Nunes 1-2 1001 Carranza 1-2 317 A. Bettencourt 1-2 506 Tuss 3-0 243 C. Bettencourt (2), Bl. Nunes L 1-3 192 Cabadas L O2 1-2 178 Carranza W O2 1-0 467 Foy L 1-4 613 Duvall

* Mountain Pacific Sports Federation games $ Copa de Causeway Classico ^ Saint Mary’s Tournament

GP-GS 12-12 6-6 2-1 19 19

SCORING STATISTICS # NAME GP-GS 11 Blake Nunes 18-17 12 Chris Bettencourt 18-17 10 Ernesto Carranza 19-19 6 Fernando Cabadas 17-17 13 Omar Martinez 19-19 17 Adam Bettencourt 18-17 4 Zach Tuss 13-3 14 Matt Foy 10-0 21 Scott Crandall 19-4 19 Jason Duvall 11-0 7 Josh Zimbrich 15-14 16 D. von Stockhausen 18-18 9 Matthew Tellez 19-4 8 Brady Nunes 15-2 5 Adam Owens 19-19 3 Manuel Verduzco 4-0 20 Kyle Beasley 8-0 18 Cody Shields 6-0 15 P.J. Egloria 3-1 2 Alex DeTorres 19-19 Total 19 Opponents 19

MINUTES GA 1133:39 11 508:41 9 135:00 4

AVG 0.87 1.59 2.67

SAVES 61 28 5

1777:20 1777:20

1.22 1.16

96 91

G 6 3 2 2 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 24

A 3 2 3 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 23

24 23

PTS. 15 8 7 5 5 4 4 4 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 71

PCT. W .847 5 .757 2 .556 0 1 .800 8 .798 9

SH. SHOT% 51 .118 44 .068 26 .077 22 .091 15 .000 19 .105 16 .125 4 .500 15 .067 4 .250 11 .000 5 .000 22 .000 6 .000 4 .000 2 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 270 .085 273 .088

SOG 24 19 5 11 5 6 7 3 8 2 3 1 11 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 114 120

L 5 3 1 0 9 8

T 2 0 0 0 2 2

SHO 5 2 0 1 8 1

SOG% GW PK-ATT .471 2 0-0 .432 2 0-0 .192 0 1-1 .500 0 1-1 .333 0 0-0 .316 0 0-0 .438 1 0-0 .750 1 0-0 .533 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .273 0 0-0 .200 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 .667 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .500 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 1.000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .422 8 2-2 .440 9 2-2

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GOALIE STATISTICS # NAME 22 Bryan Oliver 1 Ryan Kenny 0 Nick Gargiulo Team Total Opponents

MOUNTAIN PACIFIC SPORTS FEDERATION 2008 MPSF FINAL STANDINGS MPSF Matches STANDINGS $Denver New Mexico San Jose State Sacramento State UNLV Air Force

W-L-T 8-1-1 7-3-0 5-4-1 3-7-0 3-7-0 3-7-0

Points 25 21 16 9 9 9

Home 4-0-1 5-0-0 4-1-0 2-3-0 3-2-0 1-4-0

Away 4-1-0 2-3-0 1-3-1 1-4-0 0-5-0 2-3-0

Overall Record W-L-T 10-7-2 11-6-2 9-5-4 8-9-2 8-9-1 5-13-0

Pct. .579 .632 .611 .474 .472 .278

$MPSF Champion and automatic NCAA Tournament qualifier determined by regular season double round-robin schedule

THE MPSF The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) was established during the 1992-93 season to serve the competitive needs of member institutions from the Big West, Pacific-10 and Western Athletic Conferences, as well as other selected universities in the western United States; and to provide championships competition for Division I intercollegiate Olympic sports in a conference setting. The three founding principles on which the MPSF was originally formed were to provide enhanced competition and championship opportunities for sports without conference affiliation; to contain the costs of competition; and to ensure the survival of sports impacted by Title IX ERIES ECORDS and other fiscal pressures. The Federation has also served as an incubator for emerging women’s sports and as a N LAY safe harbor for sports impacted by conference realignments. Since its inaugural season the Federation has seen its primary conference membership grow by the addition of the AIR FORCE ............ 10-10 Mountain West and West Coast Conferences and their respective member institutions, CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD ... 0-0 as well as the addition of women’s gymnastics and women’s lacrosse. In 2009-10, the MPSF will again sponsor competition in nine intercollegiate Olympic DENVER ............... 3-12-2 sports while serving over 1,500 student-athletes and approximately 71 teams from 34 NEW MEXICO ....... 2-11-2 universities in 12 western states. All MPSF teams compete at the NCAA Division I level SAN JOSE STATE ..... 6-15-2 in men’s soccer, men’s and women’s water polo, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s gymnastics, women’s lacrosse and men’s volleyball. MPSF SEATTLE .................... 0-0 champions are eligible to compete in NCAA Championships with MPSF men’s soccer, UNLV ...................10-4 men’s and women’s water polo, and men’s volleyball champions earning automatic qualification into NCAA championship events. Two new teams join the MPSF in men’s soccer this season, Cal State Bakersfield and Seattle, drastically changing the MPSF schedule. Instead of round-robin play, which the conference had been using since 2004, each team will play one game against each of the seven other squads in an attempt to finish in the top four to make the MPSF postseason tournament. The tournament will be held on the home field of the Denver Pioneers, last year’s regular season champions.

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CAREER/SEASON RECORDS GOALS

1. Jamel Mitchell (1993-96) .............................27 2. Ryan Rhoads (2003-06) ..............................21 3. Martin Sims (1992-94) ................................19 4. Sean Luigs (1998-01) ..................................18 5. David Fraser (2000-04) ...............................17

ASSISTS

1. Jamel Mitchell (1993-96) .............................17 Brandon Cavitt (1993-95) ............................17 3. David Fraser (2000-04) ...............................11 Kevin Baena (1992-93) ...............................11 5. Pedro Lupercio (2003-06) ............................10

POINTS

MATT McDOUGALL

CAREER RECORDS

1. Jamel Mitchell (1993-96) .............................71 2. Ryan Rhoads (2003-06) ..............................51 3. David Fraser (2000-04) ...............................45 MATCHES STARTED 4. Brandon Cavitt (1993-95) ............................43 1. Sean Melendez (1997-00) ...........................69 Martin Sims (1993-95) ................................43 2. Utodi Madu (2003-06) ................................67 3. Marcos Mercado (2001-04) ........................65 MATCHES Kevin Mercado (1994-98) ...........................65 1. Adam Owens (2005-08) .............................74 2. Marcos Mercado (2001-04) ........................71 5. Adam Owens (2005-08) .............................60 David Rios (1999-02) ..................................60 Patrick Nelle (2001-04) ...............................71 Sean Melendez (1997-00) ...........................71 5. Utodi Madu (2003-06) ................................70 SHUTOUTS Ryan Rhoads (2003-06) ..............................70 1. Gary Davis (1992-95) .................................12 Kevin Mercado (1994-98) ...........................70 2. Matt McDougall (2002-05) ..........................10 3. Terry Orr (1991-92) ......................................4 Tony Arteaga (1991) .....................................4 5. Joey Hills (1999-00) ......................................3

GOALKEEPER SAVES

1. Matt McDougall (2002-05) ........................306 2. Gary Davis (1992-95) ...............................222 3. Ryan Kenny (2006-Present) .......................160 4. Ryan Duncan (1997-98) ............................137 5. Joey Hills (1999-00) ..................................114

GAA (MIN. TWO SEASONS)

1. Terry Orr (1991-92) .................................1.00 2. Matt McDougall (2002-05) .......................1.45 3. Ryan Kenny (2006-Present) ......................1.49 4. Chris Haustein (1999-01) .........................1.62 5. Leo Marin (2000-01) ................................1.74

SEASON RECORDS GOALS

1. Martin Sims (1993) .....................................12 2. Jamel Mitchell (1996) ..................................10 3. Ryan Rhoads (2004 & 2006) .........................8 Oscar Sandoval (2005) .................................8 Sean Luigs (2001) .........................................8 Curtis Holmes (1995).....................................8

ASSISTS

RICKY RODRIGUEZ

1. Brandon Cavitt (1995) ...................................8 Kevin Baena (1993) ......................................8 3. Five Tied .......................................................6 (last Eli Millan, 2006)

POINTS

1. Jamel Mitchell (1996) ..................................26 Martin Sims (1993) .....................................26 3. Brandon Cavitt (1995) .................................22 Kevin Baena (1993) ....................................22 5. Oscar Sandoval (2005) ...............................20 Sean Luigs (2001) .......................................20 Curtis Holmes (1995)...................................20

MATCHES

1. 19 Tied ......................................................24

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1. Ernesto Carranza (2008) .............................19 Alex DeTorres (2008) ..................................19 Adam Owens (2006, 2007 & 2008) ............19 Eli Millan (2007) .........................................19 Matt McDougall (2004) ...............................19 Ricky Rodriguez (2004) ...............................19 Andrew Tamm (2004) .................................19 David Rios (2002) .......................................19 Brandon Cavitt (1995) .................................19 Justin Fatzer (1995).....................................19 Jamel Mitchell (1995) ..................................19

SHUTOUTS

1. Gary Davis (1995) ........................................7 2. Terry Orr (1992) ...........................................4 Gary Davis (1992) ........................................4 Tony Arteaga (1991) .....................................4 5. Matt McDougall (2002 & 2004) .....................3

GOALKEEPER SAVES

1. Matt McDougall (2004) .............................109 2. Matt McDougall (2005) ...............................89 3. Ryan Duncan (1998) ...................................86 Gary Davis (1994) ......................................86 5. Gary Davis (1995) ......................................81

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

1. Bryan Oliver (2008).................................0.87 2. Ryan Kenny (2006) ..................................1.00 Terry Orr (1992) ......................................1.00 4. Matt McDougall (2002) ............................1.05 5. Matt McDougall (2005) ............................1.15

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SEAN LUIGS

HJALTI KRISTJANSSON

2008 ............ Fernando Cabadas 2007 .................... Adam Owens 2006 .................... Adam Owens ..........................Oscar Sandoval 2005 ....................... Utodi Madu .......................... Matt McDougall 2002 ......................David Fraser 2001 .........................Sean Luigs 2000 .............. Hjalti Kristjansson 1997 .........................Don Finley 1996 ....................Jamel Mitchell 1995 ...................Brandon Cavitt 1993 ...................... Kevin Baena 1992 ...................... Kevin Baena

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MPSF SCHOLAR-ATHLETES

2008 .................... Adam Owens 2007 ..................Omar Martinez ....................................Eli Millan 2006 ...........................Eli Millan .............................. Ryan Rhoads 2005 ..................Marco Ramirez ..........................Oscar Sandoval 2004 ....................... Utodi Madu .......................... Matt McDougall ............................... Patrick Nelle 2003 ...................... Patrick Nelle 2002 .............. Hjalti Kristjansson 2001 .............. Hjalti Kristjansson ............................Joel Rodriguez 2000 ....................... Jason Gantt ..................................Sean Luigs ..................................David Rios 1999 .....................Rene Schmidt 1995 ....................Jamel Mitchell 1994 ...................Brandon Cavitt .............................Jamel Mitchell ................................ Martin Sims 1993 ....................... Martin Sims 1992 ......................Shariff Abdu

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-MPSF

2008 ................. Omar Martinez 2007 .............. Ernesto Carranza ...............................Blake Nunes 2006 .................. Pedro Lupercio ............................... Utodi Madu 2005 ................Jeff Buddenbohn ........................... Pedro Lupercio 2004 ............... Marcos Mercado 2003 ............... Marcos Mercado ................................ Sam Sneed 2002 ...................... Utodi Madu ..........................Matt McDougall 2001 ..................... David Fraser ................................Jason Gantt ........................ Marcos Mercado 1996 ..................... Oscar Barba ............................... Jeff Fluharty

MPSF CO-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

2005 ................ Jeff Buddenbohn

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SECOND TEAM ALL-MPSF

ALL-MPSF TOURNAMENT

2003 ....................... Sam Sneed Third Team ..............Kevin Baena 2008 ......................Kyle Beasley 2002 ..................... David Fraser ............................ Jamel Mitchell ....................... Adam Bettencourt 2001 ........................ Sean Luigs .............................. Brady Nunes COLLEGE SOCCER NEWS ALL-FRESHMAN .............................Adam Owens MPSF 15TH ANNIVERSARY TEAM 2005 .. Jeff Buddenbohn (1st Team) 2007 ................Brandon Baggett Third Team ..............Kevin Baena ...............................Kyle Beasley ............................ Jamel Mitchell ALL-FAR WEST REGION 2006 ................Brandon Baggett 2001 ..........Sean Luigs (2nd Team) ....................... Ismael Echeverría COLLEGE SOCCER NEWS ALL-FRESHMAN 1991 ......... Joe Enochs (2nd Team) ............................. Jesse Manton 2005 .. Jeff Buddenbohn (1st Team) 2005 ................Brandon Baggett ALL-FWR SCHOLAR-ATHLETE ....................... Ismael Echeverría ALL-FAR WEST REGION 2006 ...Jesse Manton (2nd Team) ............................. Jesse Manton 2001 ..........Sean Luigs (2nd Team) 2005 ...Jesse Manton (2nd Team) 2004 ................Brandon Baggett 1991 ......... Joe Enochs (2nd Team) 1995 ......Gary Davis (2nd Team) ....................... Ismael Echeverría 1994 ......Gary Davis (2nd Team) ............................. Jesse Manton ALL-FWR SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 1993 ..... Chad Guptil (2nd team) ..............................Ryan Rhoads 2006 ...Jesse Manton (2nd Team) 2003 ...................... Eric Rabbon 2005 ...Jesse Manton (2nd Team) ESPN ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT VIII .......................... Miguel Ramirez 1995 ......Gary Davis (2nd Team) 2005 .... Jesse Manton (1st Team) ................................ Sam Sneed 1994 ......Gary Davis (2nd Team) 2002 ................... Justin Ancheta 1993 ..... Chad Guptil (2nd team) HORNET BOOKSTORE ....................... Hjalti Kristjansson STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR ...........................Alexis Maurtua ESPN ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT VIII 2003 ....................... Sam Sneed ...............................Patrick Nelle 2005 .... Jesse Manton (1st Team) 2002 .............. Hjalti Kristjansson ............................... Eric Rabbon 1995 ....................... Gary Davis ................................ Sam Sneed HORNET BOOKSTORE 1992 ................... John Morrison 2001 ................... Justin Ancheta STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1991 ...................... Mark Baena ....................... Hjalti Kristjansson 2003 ....................... Sam Sneed .................................. Leo Marin 2002 .............. Hjalti Kristjansson KYLE E. MANN AWARD 2000 ................... Justin Ancheta 1995 ....................... Gary Davis 1998 .................... Rene Schmidt ................................Levi Henson 1992 ................... John Morrison 1999 .......................Jason Gantt 1991 ...................... Mark Baena VINCE BEALL MEMORIAL AWARD ............................. Rene Schmidt 2002 .......................Jason Gantt 1996 ........................ Don Finley KYLE E. MANN AWARD 1997 ................. Ygnacio Zarate ................................ Jason Isaac 1998 .................... Rene Schmidt 1995 ....................... Gary Davis

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TEAM/COACHING RECORDS Matches .. 19, Five Times (Last 2007) Most Wins .................... 10, 1992 Least Wins ...................... 0, 1998 Losses ........................... 16, 1998 Least Losses..................... 5, 1992 Ties ..................... 4, 2001& 2002 Overtime Contests ........... 8, 2001 Team Points ............... 122, 2006* Most Goal Scored ........ 42, 2006* Least Goals Scored ........ 11, 1998 Assists .......................... 40, 1993 Goalie Saves .............. 115, 1995 Most Goals Against ....... 56, 1996 Fewest Goals Against .... 20, 1992 Shutouts ......................... 7, 1992 Most Times Being Shutout....11, 1998 Goals Against Average .. 1.11, 1992

COACHING RECORDS

ASSISTS Ryan Walker vs. UCSB .............. 3 (9/19/93) 16 Players Tied With ....................... 2 (last Kurtis Lindsey vs. UNLV 10/06/06)

HAT TRICKS (3 GOALS) Jamel Mitchell vs. Cal Poly (9/22/96) Martin Sims at UNLV (10/30/04) Jamel Mitchell at San Diego (9/1/94) Ryan Mitchell vs. Pacific (10/24/92)

TEAM SCORE Most Goals Scored .... 8 vs. LMU, 1993 Most Goals Against .. 9 at UCLA, 1996 Largest Win .... 8-0 vs. LMU (11/3/93) Largets Loss . 9-0 at UCLA (11/10/96) TEAM STREAKS Winning Streak .............. 4, 1991 Unbeaten Streak ..5, 1991, 2001, 2005 Losing Streak ............... 14, 1998 H Winning Streak .......... 7, 2005 H Unbeaten Streak ......... 8, 2005 H Losing Streak 12, 1998 & 1999 R Winning Streak .....................3, 1995 R Unbeaten Streak....... 3, 1995 & 2001 R Losing Streak ........................8, 2004 Consecutive Shutouts ... 3, 1992 & 1995

MICHAEL LINENBERGER 1971 ................................... 5-4 1989 ............................ 11-7-1# 1972 .............................. 3-5-1* 1990 ............................... 8-11# TOTAL...............................(8-9-1)* 1991 .............................. 7-9-2# 1992 .............................. 10-5-3 DON ZINGALE 1993 .............................. 5-12-1 1973 ................................ 2-5-2 1994 .............................. 7-10-1 1974 ................................ 4-8-1 1995 .............................. 8-10-1 1975 ................................ 3-9-3 1996 .............................. 5-11-2 1976 ................................. 4-12 1997 ................................. 4-14 1977 ................................... 8-8 1998 .............................. 0-16-2 1978 ................................ 6-7-2 1999 ................................. 4-14 1979 ................................ 6-7-5 2000 .............................. 7-10-1 1980 ................................ 5-9-1 TOTAL.......................... (38-65-14) 2001 ..............................5-9-4& 2002 .............................. 5-10-4 2003 .............................. 5-11-2 AMIR JABERY 1981 ............................ 15-4-2^ 2004 .............................. 6-12-1 1982 ............................ 15-3-3^ 2005 ..............................9-7-2% 1983 ................................. 10-8 2006 .............................. 7-10-2 TOTAL............................ (40-15-5) 2007 .............................. 4-13-2 2008 ................................ 8-9-2 TOTAL...................... (125-210-33) GERARD HIJLKEMA 1984 ................................. 2-18

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TEAM STREAKS

Besides holding the program’s best overall record since the Division I era began in 1991 (10-5-3), the 1992 squad is also tied for the most consecutive shutouts in a season (three).

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1985 ................................ 8-9-4 ^ Far West Region Coach of the Year DAVID LINENBERGER # Paul Arellanes served as the co1986 .............................. 3-15-3 head coach with Michael Linen1987 .............................. 12-5-4 berger 1988 .............................. 11-8-1 & MPSF Coach of the Year TOTAL............................ (26-28-8) % co-MPSF Coach of the Year

AMIR JABERY

JAMEL MITCHELL

POINTS 1. Jamel Mitchell (3 goals, 2 assists) ..... 8 vs. Cal Poly (9/22/96) 2. Ricky Rodriguez (2 goals, 2 assists ... 6 vs. San Jose State (10/8/04) Jamel Mitchell (3 goals) ................... 6 at San Diego (9/11/94) Martin Sims (3 goals) ...................... 6 at UNLV (10/30/94) Kevin Baena (2 goals, 2 assists)........ 6 vs. Loyola Marymount (11/3/93) *Includes game against Pacific Union, which Ryan Mitchell (3 goals) .................... 6 is not included in the remander of team vs. Pacific (10/24/92) records 7. Seven Players Tied With .................. 5 last, Ryan Rhods (2 goals, 1 assist) vs. Menlo (9/21/05)

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RESULTS DIVISION I ERA RESULTS 1991

7-9-2

at San Francisco ............... L, 4-0 at California ..................... T, 0-0 Sonoma State ................... L, 3-0 at Santa Clara .................. L, 5-0 vs. SW Missouri State ........ L, 4-2 vs. BYU .......................... W, 2-0 UC Davis .......................... L, 3-0 CS Northridge .................. L, 4-0 Fresno Pacific .................... L, 7-3 at Oregon State ................ L, 2-0 at Portland State................ T, 2-2 UC Santa Cruz................ W, 2-0 Saint Mary’s ................... W, 2-0 CS Bakersfield................. W, 2-1 at San Jose State ............. W, 1-0 at CS Los Angeles ............. L, 4-1 San Francisco State ......... W, 4-3 Gonzaga ........................ W, 3-0

1992

10-5-3

Washington* .................... L, 3-1 Chico State ..................... W, 3-2 Santa Clara ...................... L, 3-0 at UC Santa Barbara ....... W, 2-0 at San Diego State ............ T, 1-1 CS East Bay .................... W, 1-0 Stanford* ........................ W, 2-0 at CS Northridge............... L, 3-1 at Loyola Marymount ....... W, 2-0 California* ..................... W, 1-0 Rowan College................ W, 1-0 at Fresno State*................. L, 1-0 Air Force*......................... L, 3-1 at Oregon State ................ T, 0-0 Pacific ............................ W, 6-0 at UC Davis .................... W, 2-1 at San Jose State* ............. T, 1-1 at Saint Mary’s ............... W, 3-2

* MPSF Games

1993

5-12-1

at San Francisco ............... L, 5-1 at Saint Mary’s ............... W, 2-1 UC Davis ........................ W, 3-0 CS Northridge .................. L, 5-3 UC Santa Barbara........... W, 3-0 at Air Force* ..................... L, 6-0 vs. George Mason ............. T, 1-1 Oregon State*................... L, 2-1 at California* .................... L, 2-1 at Stanford* .................... W, 4-2 at Santa Clara .................. L, 7-2 San Jose State* ................. L, 2-1 Fresno State* .................... L, 3-2 at Chico State ................... L, 2-1 at Washington*................. L, 4-0 at Gonzaga ...................... L, 4-2 Butler ............................... L, 3-2 Loyola Marymount .......... W, 8-0 *MPSF Games

1994

7-10-1

at CS Fullerton .................. L, 1-0 vs. UCLA .......................... L, 5-0 vs. Cal Poly ..................... W, 2-1 San Diego ...................... W, 3-1 Santa Clara ...................... L, 2-0 San Francisco State ......... W, 4-0 Air Force*....................... W, 2-1 Stanford* .......................... L, 3-1 California ......................... L, 5-2 at Fresno State*................. L, 2-0 at San Jose State* ............. L, 2-0 at Oregon State* ............. W, 1-0 Washington* .................... L, 1-0 vs. UC Irvine ................... W, 2-1 at UNLV ......................... W, 7-4 Saint Mary’s ..................... L, 2-1 Cal Poly ........................... T, 1-1

Stanislaus State ................. L, 2-1 *MPSF Games

1995

8-10-1

at Cal Poly ........................ L, 4-3 at CS Northridge............... L, 1-0 Vanguard ....................... W, 3-0 Biola .............................. W, 1-0 at Saint Mary’s ................. L, 5-1 at Santa Clara .................. L, 3-1 CS East Bay .................... W, 4-2 at Air Force* ..................... L, 5-1 vs. New Mexico .............. W, 1-0 Fresno State* .................... L, 3-0 San Jose State* ................. L, 2-1 Oregon State*................... T, 2-2 at Washington*................. L, 5-0 at Portland ........................ L, 6-0 at Stanford* .................... W, 1-0 at California* .................. W, 1-0 Gonzaga ........................ W, 2-0 San Diego State ................ L, 3-1 at UC Irvine .................... W, 4-2 * MPSF Games

1996

5-11-2

Santa Clara ...................... L, 4-0 Col. of Notre Dame ........... L, 2-0 vs. Cleveland State .......... W, 1-0 vs. Akron .......................... L, 3-0 vs. Gonzaga ..................... L, 3-0 vs. British Columbia ........... L, 1-0 Cal Poly ......................... W, 6-2 CS Northridge ................ W, 3-2 Stanford* .......................... T, 2-2 Saint Mary’s ..................... L, 3-2 at Oregon State ................ L, 5-1 at Washington*................. L, 5-0 California* ....................... L, 6-3 UC Irvine .......................... T, 2-2 Loyola Marymount .......... W, 2-1 at UC Santa Barbara ......... L, 4-1 at UCLA ........................... L, 9-0 at San Francisco ............. W, 3-2 *MPSF Games

1997

4-12

San Jose State ................... L, 4-1 Notre Dame de Namur ...... L, 1-0 Washington* .................... L, 2-0 UC Davis .......................... L, 3-1 vs. San Diego ................... L, 1-0 vs. CS Fullerton ................. L, 5-0 CS Hayward ................... W, 3-1 UCLA ............................... L, 6-1 at Stanford* ...................... L, 1-0 at California* .................... L, 1-0 at Saint Mary’s ................. L, 3-2 at Santa Clara .................. L, 3-2 Oregon State*................... L, 1-0 UC Santa Barbara........... W, 4-2 at Loyola Marymount ....... W, 2-1 at UC Irvine .................... W, 3-2 at CS Northridge............... L, 2-1 at Cal Poly ........................ L, 2-1 *MPSF Games

1998

0-16-2

San Francisco State ........... T, 0-0 at UNLV ........................... L, 3-1 vs. Texas Christian ............ L, 4-3 at San Jose State ............... L, 5-2 at San Diego State ............ L, 1-0 Santa Clara ...................... L, 3-0 Saint Mary’s ..................... L, 2-0 California* ....................... L, 6-0 Stanford* .......................... L, 3-0 at CS Fullerton* ................. L, 3-0 at UC Irvine* ..................... L, 4-0 UCLA ............................... L, 3-0

San Francisco ................... L, 1-0 at CS Northridge............... L, 4-1 at Cal Poly* ...................... L, 2-1 at UC Santa Barbara ......... T, 1-1 Oregon State*................... L, 4-2 Washington* .................... L, 2-0 *MPSF Games

1999

4-14

Fresno State ...................... L, 5-0 CS Northridge .................. L, 2-1 San Jose State ................... L, 3-1 vs. CS Fullerton ................ L, 3-0 at San Diego .................... L, 4-2 UC Santa Barbara............. L, 3-1 Loyola Marymount .......... W, 4-2 at San Francisco ............. W, 2-1 at Santa Clara .................. L, 1-0 at Saint Mary’s ................. L, 3-0 UC Irvine .......................... L, 1-0 at California* .................... L, 1-0 at Stanford* ...................... L, 1-0 Denver* ............................ L, 3-2 Air Force*....................... W, 3-1 Oregon State*................. W, 1-0 at Washington*................. L, 4-0 at Cal Poly* ...................... L, 1-0 *MPSF Games

2000

7-10-1

Santa Clara .................... W, 2-1 Stanislaus State ............... W, 5-0 San Francisco ................... T, 1-1 at Oregon State ................ L, 3-0 vs. Illinois.......................... L, 3-0 Vanguard ....................... W, 2-1 San Jose State* ................. L, 3-0 at CS Northridge............. W, 3-2 at UC Santa Barbara ......... L, 6-0 at Denver* ........................ L, 3-1 at Air Force* ..................... L, 1-0 Saint Mary’s ..................... L, 1-0 Fresno State* .................... L, 2-0 at San Jose State* ............. L, 4-1 Cal Poly ......................... W, 1-0 at Fresno State*............... W, 2-1 Air Force*....................... W, 1-0 Denver* ............................ L, 2-1 *MPSF Games

2001

5-9-4

at Saint Mary’s ................. L, 1-0 CS Monterey Bay ............ W, 5-0 UC Riverside ..................... T, 1-1 at Oregon State ................ L, 3-2 vs. Gonzaga ..................... L, 1-0 at San Francisco ............... T, 1-1 at Loyola Marymount ......... L, 1-0 at UC Irvine ...................... L, 3-2 Air Force*......................... L, 4-1 Denver* .......................... W, 1-0 at Fresno State*................. T, 1-1 at San Jose State* ............. T, 0-0 New Mexico*.................. W, 3-2 at UNLV* ........................ W, 4-1 at Santa Clara .................. L, 1-0 California ......................... L, 3-1 San Diego State* ............. W, 3-1 vs. New Mexico^ .............. L, 3-2 *MPSF Games ^MPSF Tournament

2002

5-10-4

at Stanford ....................... L, 5-0 at Cal Poly ...................... W, 3-1 at UC Riverside ................. T, 2-2 at Saint Mary’s ................. T, 1-1 Dominican ...................... W, 2-0 Loyola Marymount ............ L, 5-1 at UC Santa Barbara ......... L, 3-0

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Cal State Northridge ......... L, 4-1 at Fresno State .................. T, 1-1 San Francisco ................. W, 1-0 at Air Force* ..................... L, 1-0 at Denver* ...................... W, 2-1 at San Diego State* ........... T, 0-0 New Mexico*.................... L, 2-1 UNLV* ........................... W, 3-1 Santa Clara ...................... L, 1-0 San Jose State* ................. L, 2-1 vs. Denver^ ...................... L, 2-1 *MPSF Games ^MPSF Tournament

2003

5-11-2

UC Riverside ................... W, 2-1 Oregon State .................... L, 3-0 Saint Mary’s ................... W, 1-0 at Cal Poly ........................ L, 2-1 at Loyola Marymount ......... T, 0-0 vs. Alabama A&M ............ L, 2-0 vs. Gonzaga ..................... L, 3-0 at San Jose State* ............. L, 6-1 UC Santa Barbara............. L, 3-0 at San Francisco ............... L, 6-0 at Santa Clara .................. L, 2-0 CS Monterey Bay ............ W, 3-2 Air Force*....................... W, 3-2 Denver* ............................ L, 4-1 at UNLV* ........................ W, 3-2 San Diego State* ............... T, 1-1 at New Mexico* ................ L, 3-0 San Diego State^ .............. L, 3-1 *MPSF Games ^MPSF Tournament

2004

6-12-1

at Cal ............................... L, 2-1 at Portland ...................... L, 4-0^ vs. Gonzaga ................... L, 3-1^ Saint Mary’s .............T, 1-1(2OT) Dominican ...................... W, 4-0 at UC Davis ...................... L, 2-1 at Air Force* ..................... L, 2-1 at Denver* ........................ L, 4-1 San Jose State* ........W, 4-3 (OT) at New Mexico* ................ L, 3-0 San Diego State* ............. W, 2-0 UNLV* ........................... W, 2-1 Denver* ............................ L, 2-1 Air Force*................W, 2-1 (OT) at UNLV* .......................... L, 2-1 at San Diego State ............ L, 2-1 New Mexico*.................... L, 1-0 UC Davis .......................... L, 1-0 at San Jose State* ........... W, 3-0 ^Portland Tournament *MPSF Games

2005

9-7-2

at Saint Mary’s ................. L, 3-0 Oregon State .................. W, 2-1 Dayton ........................... W, 1-0 vs. Adelphi^ .............T, 1-1(2OT) at Long Island^ ............... W, 2-1 Menlo ............................ W, 4-0 at Cal Poly ........................ L, 4-1 UC Davis ........................ W, 2-0 at San Jose State* ............. L, 1-0 at No. 2 New Mexico* ..L, 1-0 (OT) at UNLV* ........................ W, 2-1 Denver* .......................... W, 3-0 Air Force*....................... W, 3-1 at Denver* ........................ L, 1-0 at Air Force* ..................... L, 2-1 UNLV* ....................W, 2-1 (OT) No. 2 New Mexico* ..T, 1-1(2OT) San Jose State* ................. L, 2-1 ^LIU Soccer Classic *MPSF Games

2006

7-10-2

2007

4-13-2

2008

8-9-2

vs. Michigan State^ .... L, 1-0 (OT) at Oregon State^ .............. L, 1-2 at UC Davis# .................... L, 1-0 Valparaiso#.................... W, 3-2 UC Riverside@ .................. L, 2-1 vs. Bowling Green@ ........ W, 3-0 vs. Stanford! ..................... L, 2-0 at Cal! .............................. L, 2-0 Pacific Union ................ W, 20-0 San Jose State* ................. L, 1-0 at UNLV* ...............W, 2-1 (2OT) at No. 17 New Mexico* L, 1-0 (OT) Air Force*....................... W, 3-1 Denver* ............................ L, 2-1 at Air Force* ..................... L, 2-1 at Denver* ...............T, 1-1 (2OT) No. 9 New Mexico* ..T, 1-1(2OT) UNLV* ..................W, 2-1 (2OT) at San Jose State* ........... W, 3-0 ^Oregon State Diadora Classic #Copa de Causeway @Saint Mary’s Tournament !Adidas Cal Legacy Classic *MPSF Games at Dayton^ ....................... L, 2-1 vs. Butler^......................... L, 4-0 Portland# ......................... L, 2-0 Oregon State# .................. L, 2-1 at No. 20 UC Irvine ........... L, 3-1 at UC Riverside ........T, 2-2 (2OT) Saint Mary’s ..................... L, 1-0 UC Davis .......................... L, 3-0 Menlo ............................ W, 4-1 at San Jose State* ............. L, 2-1 UNLV* ....................W, 1-0 (OT) No. 22 New Mexico* ........... L, 1-0 at Denver* ...............T, 1-1 (2OT) vs. Air Force*$ ................ W, 2-1 Denver* ............................ L, 3-2 Air Force*....................... W, 1-0 at New Mexico* ................ L, 3-0 at UNLV* .......................... L, 1-0 at San Jose State* ............. L, 0-1 ^Dayton Marriot Flyer Classic #Copa de Causeway *MPSF Games $Played at Colorado College Cal State Bakersfield# ...........W, 1-0 Long Island# .........................W,2-0 vs. UC Irvine^ .............. T, 1-1 (2OT) vs. Houston Baptist^ .............W, 2-0 Menlo College .....................W, 2-0 Saint Mary’s ........................W, 1-0 at CS Northridge.................... L, 1-2 No. 21 UC Davis ................... L, 0-1 Cal Poly ...................... T, 1-1 (2OT) San Jose State* ....................W, 1-0 at UNLV* ............................... L, 1-4 at New Mexico* ..................... L, 1-2 Air Force*.............................. L, 1-2 Denver* ................................. L, 1-2 at Air Force* ........................W, 3-0 at Denver* ............................. L, 1-3 New Mexico*................L, 1-2 (2OT) UNLV* ...................... W, 1-0 (2OT) at San Jose State* .................. L, 1-4 #Copa de Causeway ^Saint Mary’s Tournament *MPSF Games

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JOE ENOCHS

PEDRO LUPERCIO

Omar Martinez ....... Bayamon FC/Puerto Rico Soccer League 2009 Tim Mastrettie........................ Sacramento Geckos/A League 1999 ........................................... Sacramento Scorpios/A League 1996 Matt McDougall .................. Sacramento Knights/NPSL 2006-2007 ................................................California Cougars/MISL 2006-08 Sean Melendez ...........................................Utah Blitz/USISL 2004 .........................................................California Gold/USISL 2003 Kevin Mercado ...................... Sacramento Geckos/A League 1999 Jamel Mitchell ..................... Rochester Rhinos/ A League 2001-04 ....................................... Hershey Wildcats/A League 1998-2000 ..................................................Nashville Metros/A League 1997 ................................................... Kansas City Wizards/MLS 1997 Ruben Mora ...................... Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1997 Patrick Nelle........................... Sacramento Knights/NPSL 2005-07 Adam Owens ......Gigantes de Carolina FC/Puerto Rico Soccer League 2009 Steve Petusky ......................... Sacramento Knights/WISL 1993-94 ...............................San Francisco Blackhawks/A League 1990-93 César Plasencia ...................... Salt Lake City Sting/A League 1991 ....................................................Real Santa Barbara/WISL 1990 .................................................. Sacramento Senators/WSL 1989 ............................................. Atlas/Mexican 1st Division 1986-88 Mark Poletti.................. Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1997-98 Marco Ramirez ....................... Sacramento Knights/NPSL 2006-07 Eliot Ricks-Chambers.................... Sacramento Knights/NPSL 2007 Ken Rogaski ............................... SF Bay Seals/A League 1998-99 ..................................................Nashville Metros/A League 1997 ......................................... Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1996 ..............................................FC St. Pauli/German Third 1994-95 Matt Scammacca .................... Sacramento Knights/NPSL 2006-07 Martin Sims ........................ Sacramento Knights/NPSL 2005-2006 .........................................................California Gold/USISL 2003 .............................................. Sacramento Knights/WISL 1998-99 ......................................... Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1997 .............................................. Sacramento Knights/WISL 1995-96 Dominic Sposeto .......................... Chico Rooks/A League 1997-98 Ryan Walker ...................Charleston Battery/A league 1997-2005

MARCO RAMIREZ

ADAM OWENS

Chris Anderson ....................Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1997 Kevin Baena ................................. Sacramento Knights/WISL 1999 ............................................ TUS Hoisdorf/German Third 1994-95 Mark Baena .............................Portland Timers/A League 2001-02 .......................................... San Diego Flash/A League 1999-2000 ................................................... Seattle Sounders/A League 1998 ............................................................. San Jose Clash/MLS 1997 ................................................ California Jaguars/A League 1997 ...........................................Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1996 ................................................ California Jaguars/A League 1996 ............................................ TUS Hoisdorf/German Third 1992-95 Brandon Cavitt ................................... Dallas Sidekicks/WISL 2003 ........................................... Sacramento Knights/WISL 1999-2001 .............................................. New Orleans Storm/A League 1998 .................................................... Sacramento Knights/WISL 1997 ...........................................Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1996 .................................................................. Dallas Burn/MLS 1996 Steve Corpening ....... San Francisco Blackhawks/A League 1989-91 Joe Enochs .................... VFL Osnabruck/German Third 1996-2008 ...............................................FC St. Pauli/German Third 1993-96 Jeremy Field ........................ Sacramento Knights/WISL 1999-2001 ..................................... Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1996-98 Don Finley .............................. Sacramento Geckos/A League 1999 .................................................... Sacramento Knights/WISL 1998 Jason Gantt ................................... California Gold/USISL 2002-04 Jason Isaac .................................. Sacramento Knights/WISL 1999 .........................................................SF Bay Seals/A League 1998 ...........................................Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1997 John Jones .................... Pittsburgh Riverhounds/A League 2000-01 ...................................................... Los Angeles Galaxy/MLS 1999 .............................................Orange County Zodiac/USL 1997-98 ................................................................... LA Galaxy/MLS 1997 ...........................................Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1996 Ben Lomeli .................... Sacramento Scorpions/A League 1997-99 Pedro Lupercio ............................... California Cougars/MISL 2008 .................................................... Sacramento Knights/NPSL 2007

HORNET HONOR ROLL KEVIN BAENA • 11TH INDUCTEE - FEB. 3, 2008 • FORWARD - 1992-93 • FIRST TEAM ALL-MPSF 1992-93 • SCHOOL’S SINGLE SEASON ASSIST LEADER (8 IN 1993)

JAMEL MITCHELL

RICK SCHEIDLER

• 10TH INDUCTEE - FEB. 11, 2006 • FORWARD - 1993-96 • DIV. I PROGRAM SCORING LEADER 27 GOALS , 17 ASSISTS, 71 POINTS • THREE-TIME ALL-MPSF HONOREE

• 5TH INDUCTEE - MARCH 25, 2001 • 1ST GOALKEEPER - 1971-72 • DONATED SOCCER FIELD FENCING (1992-2000) & PERMANENT FENCING (2001)

BRANDON CAVITT

AMIR JABERY

• 9TH INDUCTEE - FEB. 27, 2005 • FORWARD - 1993-95 • ALL-MPSF 1994 & 1995 • CAREER - 13 GOALS, 17 ASSISTS, 43 POINTS

• 4TH INDUCTEE - FEB. 23, 1999 • HEAD COACH - 1981-83 • BEST WINNING PCT. (.869) • BEST SEASON RECORD (15-3-3)

CÉSAR PLASENCIA

PAUL ARELLANES

• 8TH INDUCTEE - FEB. 29, 2004 • FORWARD - 1983-84 • ALL-LEAGUE - 1983 • ASSISTANT COACH 1998-2003

• 3RD INDUCTEE - FEB. 17, 1998 • DEFENDER - 1981-82 • ASSISTANT COACH - 1986-88 • CO-HEAD COACH - 1989-91

STEVE CORPENING

MARK BAENA

• 7TH INDUCTEE – APRIL 13, 2002 • FORWARD –1986-87 • ALL-AMERICAN –1987 • 1987 - 9 GOALS, 4 ASSISTS

• 2ND INDUCTEE - DEC. 11, 1996 • FORWARD - 1989-90 • CAREER - 20 GOALS, 9 ASSISTS 49 POINTS

ALPHONSUS DASS

STEVE PETUSKY

• 6TH INDUCTEE - FEB. 23, 2002 • FORWARD - 1977-79 • ONE OF THE MOST PROLIFIC GOAL

• 1ST INDUCTEE - DEC. 11, 1996 • FORWARD - 1981-82 • ALL-AMERICAN - 1982 • ALL-FAR WEST TEAM - 1982

SCORERS IN PROGRAM HISTORY

In 1996, the Sacramento State coaching staff established the Hornet Honor Roll. Selected individuals are former members of the program that have made a contribution to men’s soccer either during or after their career with the program. Inductees are honored during the yearly awards banquet in order to unite members of the Sacramento State men’s soccer program, both past and present.

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Quick Facts • Sacramento State is the seventh largest university in the 23-campus CSU system, enrolling a multicultural student body of more than 29,000. The 300-acre campus is sheltered by more than 3,000 trees and dotted with flower gardens, including 3 million square feet of building space. Miles of trails stretch along the nearby river parkway, linking the University and student housing with recreational areas such as Folsom Lake and Old Sacramento. • Quality teaching is a top priority, and classes are small and personalized. More than 80 percent of recent graduates say their professors were enthusiastic and genuinely enjoyed teaching. • Preparing students for a career is a vital part of the education here. Thousands of students from all majors earn academic credit working in internship and co-op positions, many of which are paid. • Sacramento State, often called “Sac State,” was founded as Sacramento State College in 1947 during a time of intense demand for higher education after World War II. We moved to our permanent location on the banks of the historic American River in 1953. In 1972, we were renamed California State University, Sacramento. • The University is in the midst of an ambitious new master plan that will remake Sacramento State into a residential campus and add some 1.5 million square feet of building space. The plan, to guide campus growth in coming decades, includes additional housing, and a recreation and wellness center. • Unlimited bus and light rail service throughout Sacramento is free for University students. Students may attend all home athletic events for free and attend other campus events for free or at a discount. More than half the students join one of the more than 200 student organizations, which include 35 fraternities and sororities.

Founded ....................................... 1947 Location ..................... Sacramento, Calif. Campus Size .......................... 300 acres Student Body Breakdown Student to Faculty Ratio ............... 20:1 Enrollment .............................. 29,011 Men ....................................... 12,041 Women .................................. 16,970 Undergraduate ....................... 24,034 Graduate ................................. 4,977 Full-Time Faculty .............................. 705 Part-Time Faculty ............................. 779 Degree Programs Undergraduate .............................. 60 Graduate ...................................... 40 Campus Phone Numbers Admissions ......................... 278-3901 Campus Operator ............... 278-6011 Housing ............................. 278-6655 Internet Address ............ www.csus.edu

• Sacramento State offers 60 undergraduate and 40 graduate degrees in eight Colleges. Teacher education is the largest academic program, followed by business, criminal justice, communication studies, psychology and computer science. The student-to-faculty ratio is 20 to 1; more than 70 percent of classes have fewer than 30 students. • Attracting students from all over the world, the criminal justice program is one of the largest in the United States. • One in 26 residents of the six-county Sacramento Region is a Sacramento State graduate. The University directly and indirectly contributes more than $900 million to the region’s economy annually. • Almost 700 new school teachers graduate from Sacramento State each year. • Seventy-eight percent of students say that Sacramento State was their first or only choice. • Sacramento State was the site of the 2003, 2005, 2006 and 2007 NCAA Div. I Track & Field Championships, and the Sacramento State Aquatic Center was the site of the 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005 and 2008 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships. In addition, Sacramento State was host of the 2007 NCAA Div. I Women’s Volleyball Final Four at Arco Arena. • Sacramento State hosted the most successful U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials ever in 2000, and hosted the event again in 2004. • Famous Sacramento State alumni include actor Tom Hanks, Grammy award winner Bobby McFerrin, former cohost of Good Morning America Joan Lunden, former host of the Early Show, Rene Syler, stand-up comedian Brian Posehn, actor Carlos Alazraqui, film director Joe Carnahan, former Stockton mayor Edward Chavez, famous economist and author Richard J. Maybury, former KTLA Morning News Giselle Fernández and founding member of the Village People David Hodo. • Famous Sacramento State athletics alumni include retired nine-year NFL offensive lineman and two-time Super Bowl winner John Gesek, Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, former 10-year NFL fullback Daimon Shelton, nine-year long snapper and three-time Super Bowl winner Lonie Paxton, former 12-year NFL defensive back Lorenzo Lynch, CFL Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Ricky Ray, former CFL three-time leading rusher Charles Roberts, Arena Football League record-setting quarterback Aaron Garcia and former San Francisco wide receiver Fred Otis Amey.

Partnering With Athletics For Excellence When the Sacramento State student body overwhelmingly passed a referendum in the spring of 1995, it began a partnership between the Hornet Athletics Department and Associated Students, Inc. That vote by the students helps fund the athletics department and has been a key factor in the recent success. ASI is a student-run, non-profit corporation that represents the student body in the governance of the University. One of ASI’s goals is to facilitate student participation in a full range of campus life and learning outside the classroom. Guided by this goal, ASI supports intercollegiate, recreational, and intramural sports, which is not only an important part of campus life, but an arena in which leadership skills are developed. ASI also operates the Green Sting student organization, the Sacramento State Aquatic Center (which is home to the Hornet rowing team), the Challenge Center, Peak Adventures and numerous other student organizations.

• The city of Sacramento (population 400,018) is the cultural, educational, business and governmental center of a four-county metropolitan region. As California’s capitol city, Sacramento is center stage for governmental policy for the entire state. A dynamic business sector, an expanding public transportation system, affordable housing, and growing cultural, educational, and medical facilities serve the needs of 1.5 million people. • One of the most affordable big cities in California., Sacramento is part of a Capital Region in the heart of Northern California, one of the country’s most beautiful areas. Within easy driving distance are San Francisco, the Napa and Sonoma valleys, Yosemite Valley and the Lake Tahoe region’s ski slopes. • Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city and is at the heart of California history – the gold rush, Pony Express and first continental railroad all began in Sacramento. The city’s rich historical heritage, commitment to quality of life, and abundance of trees and parkland contributed to Newsweek magazine naming Sacramento one of the ten best cities in the United States. • Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, the Sacramento River Cats (Oakland A’s Triple-A affiliate) and the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs. • Sacramento has also become a tourist center with attractions including the State Capitol building, North America’s largest railroad museum, the Old Sacramento historic area, the California State History Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.

Dr. Alexander Gonzalez has served more than three decades as a professor and education leader, including serving as president of California State University, Sacramento, since 2003. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, Dr. Gonzalez has devoted his career to ensuring greater opportunities for students. He grew up in East Los Angeles with six siblings, graduating from high school at a time when students did not have the same options for higher education that they have today. Dr. Gonzalez enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at age 17, served four years and then used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. He graduated with honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He later earned a master’s in psychology and doctorate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, before serving as a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University. His experience includes six years as president of California State University, San Marcos, and 18 years at Fresno State, where he was a faculty member and chair of the Psychology Department before becoming the university’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. At Sacramento State, Dr. Gonzalez implemented his Destination 2010 initiative to transform the campus into a premier metropolitan university. The bold initiative seeks to make Sacramento State a campus of choice for students in the Sacramento region and beyond.

Following his belief that universities and communities must work together to improve lives and opportunities, Dr. Gonzalez serves on the Sutter Health Board of Directors and the Pomona College Board of Trustees. He previously served on the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans and the Valley Vision Board of Directors. His service on several boards and commissions includes six years as a commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the accrediting agency for higher education institutions in the western United States. He also served as chair of the Governing Board of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. His commitment to the California State University system includes serving on a work group that reviewed and recommended corrective action on remedial education, and, more recently, as a member of a committee of presidents considering policy on enrollment management, the CSU’s Technology Steering Committee, and the Institute for Teaching and Learning. Dr. Gonzalez is Sacramento State’s 11th president. His wife, Gloria, is also a graduate of the CSU. They have two sons.

Dr. Terry Wanless’ seven-year tenure as Sacramento State’s Director of Athletics has seen growth unparalleled in the school’s 18-year Division I history. His vision of broad success in the department has come to fruition over the last three years where the Hornets have combined to win 21 conference championships. That includes an unprecedented eight conference titles during both the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. In addition, the program has claimed back-to-back Big Sky Conference Women’s All-Sports Trophies. In fact, of the 330 Div. I athletics programs, SI.com ranked Sacramento State as the 36th best athletics program during the 2007-08 academic year. The 2008-09 West Region Athletic Director of the Year for the Football Championship Subdivision, Wanless has overseen significant facility enhancement to the athletic facilities. The biggest change came during the spring of 2008 with the opening of the Broad Fieldhouse, which serves as the home to Hornet football and track and field, as well as athletic training and strength and conditioning. The Eli and Edythe Broad Fieldhouse is the first step of an elaborate plan that began with the passing of a referendum by the Sacramento State student body. That vote will also lead to the creation of a recreation and wellness center which will benefit the entire student body and is expected to open in the fall of 2010. Wanless has served on numerous NCAA committees, and just completed a term as a member of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision selection committee and the Div. I Football Issues Committee. Previously, he was a member of the NCAA Football rules committee and the NCAA Peer Review committee. Wanless has been a visible member of the Sacramento State athletics family, constantly representing the University and department at public outings and speaking engagements. His commitment to the student-athlete has also been clear as both he and his wife, Joanne, attend the majority of Hornet home athletic events and support several teams on the road. His leadership and academic support have been evident to the student-athletes in other ways as well. The department’s Life Skills Program has seen rapid growth, significantly increasing the number of summer and fifth-year scholarships available to Hornet student-athletes. The Life Skills program has also launched the program’s first computer lab and offers Hornet student-athletes tutoring as well as academic counseling.

Over the last seven years, Sacramento State student-athletes have posted nearly 2,000 term GPAs of 3.0 or above, and close to 500 Hornets have earned conference all-academic honors during that same time period. His efforts in restoring the department’s booster club structure as well as aggressively improving the University’s collegiate licensing program, while not readily visible, are projects that will surely enhance the program’s financial footing in years to come. Athletically, the Hornets have also seen continued growth and success on the field of play. During his seven years at Sacramento State, 22 teams and 125 individuals have advanced to NCAA postseason competition. Wanless’ efforts to put the Hornets on the map have been instrumental in helping make Sacramento State the unofficial “home of NCAA Championships”. During his seven years of leadership, Sacramento State has served as host to seven NCAA championships (four track, two rowing, one volleyball) as well as the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. Prior to Sacramento State, Wanless served as athletics director at the University of North Dakota from 1990-1999, guiding the program to one of its most successful decades in school history. During that time, North Dakota enjoyed strong competitive success, winning four NCAA national championships and 36 conference titles. Additionally, 25 other teams finished second in their respective conferences. Before his position at North Dakota, Wanless was director of intercollegiate athletics at Western Carolina for four years and held a variety of positions, including director of intercollegiate athletics, at Towson University in Maryland. Wanless earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Black Hills State, a master’s degree in physical education from Northern Illinois and a doctorate in athletics administration from Temple. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of two children. Their daughter, Heather, and her husband, Chad Collins, reside in Lexington, Ky., with their daughter Hadley and son Jack. Their son Troy, and his wife, Jesi, live in Minneapolis with their daughter Elli.

The Student-Athlete Resource Center offers academic advising, tutoring and mentoring, NCAA rules education and compliance, athletic financial services support, and life skills programming for all student-athletes of Sacramento State’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletics program. The S.A.R.C.’s services and programming are provided in an assortment of ways including individual advising, orientations, group and team meetings, coaches’ compliance and rules education sessions, freshmen seminar classes, and a variety of student development and academic workshops. S.A.R.C. Director Paul Edwards, Academic Athletic Services Coordinator Laurie Dahlberg, Football Athletic Advisor Bob Shook and Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Coordinator Mark McGushin serve as the primary advisors to the student-athletes. Additionally, McGushin coordinates the mentoring program which addresses student-athletes experiencing academic difficulties. The Student-Athlete Academic & Life Skills Lab is available to student-athletes as a study area and to meet with tutors. The S.A.R.C. also provides additional services, guest speakers and

Paul Edwards

Steve DeHart

Heather Farwig

Joe Ramos

Laurie Dahlberg

Mark McGushin

workshops related to finding information on campus, in the community and NCAA resources in a variety of areas related to student life, welfare and career opportunities. Athletic Compliance and Financial Services Director Katherine Zedonis and Compliance Coordinator Tina Westerhold are responsible for the administration of NCAA eligibility rules education and compliance for all intercollegiate teams, including issues related to athletic financial aid of student-athletes. The Athletic Compliance Office is responsible for developing, monitoring and enforcing a compliance program that ensures the integrity of the institution within the guidelines of the NCAA, Big Sky Conference and the University. Admission Counselor/NCAA Initial Eligibility Coordinator Josh Collins services Sacramento State student-athletes with admission processing responsibilities and monitoring of NCAA initial-eligibility requirements. Collins works closely with both new transfer and incoming freshmen student-athletes. He is the main contact at Sacramento State for student-athletes working with NCAA Eligibility Center procedures.

Bob Shook

Katherine Zedonis Tina Westerhold

Josh Collins

The goal of the athletic training staff is to provide all Sacramento State student-athletes with high quality health care. Headed by full-time certified athletic trainers Steve DeHart, Heather Farwig and Joe Ramos, the Hornets’ athletic training facility provides state-of-the-art support and the services of highly trained sports medicine and health care professionals. Should an injury occur, student-athletes are seen immediately by their sport’s specific athletic trainer, and are referred, when necessary, to the appropriate medical provider or facility. Sacramento State boasts three athletic training facilities (two located in the physical education complex and one at the Broad Fieldhouse). All athletic training facilities are equipped with the finest therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative apparatus. A staff of three team physicians (Dr. Alan Hirahara, Dr. Ronald Sockolov, Dr. Harold Strauch) and a skillful and talented athletic training staff tend to the medical and rehabilitative needs of each and every student-athlete. Also assisting in the health of the student-athletes is a Kaiser physician, two dentists, a physical therapist and a chiropractor. Sacramento State’s athletic training staff consists of three full-time certified athletic trainers, three graduate assistants and more than 15 athletic training students preparing for a career in sports medicine.

Kyle Yamashiro Physical Therapist RESULTS PT 9500 Micron Ave, Suite 200 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 362-7962

Dr. Alan Hirahara Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street, Suite 330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049 Dr. Ronald Sockolov Family Practice 1 Scripps Drive, #202 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 927-1114

Dr. Boris Ellyason Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Surgeon 1600 Eureka Road Roseville, CA 95661 (916) 784-5283 Dr. Harold Strauch Orthopedic Surgeon 2801 K Street #330 Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 733-5049

Dr. Randy Davey Team Dentist 6246 Fair Oaks Blvd. Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 972-8851 Dr. Greg Heise Oral Surgeon 2525 K Street #101 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 442-1882

Mike Connors Women’s Rowing 8th Season

Jamie Craighead Women’s Basketball 1st Season

Randy Dedini Women’s Soccer 3rd Season

Dima Hrynashka Women’s Tennis 4th Season

Kim Hughes Gymnastics 28th Season

Brian Katz Men’s Basketball 2nd Season

Slava Konikov Men’s Tennis 5th Season

Mike Linenberger Men’s Soccer 21st Season

Kathleen Raske CC/T&F 7th Season

John Smith Baseball 32nd Season

Marshall Sperbeck Football 3rd Season

Kathy Strahan Softball 18th Season

David Sutherland Golf 3rd Season

Ruben Volta Volleyball 2nd Season

Nat Bailey Equipment Manager

Martinique Baker Administrative Assistant

Terrance Brooks Strength/Conditioning

Brian Berger Media Relations Director

Ryan Bjork Assistant Media Relations Director

Toni Brown Stinger Athletic Foundation

Rebekah Capel Travel Coordinator

Tristian Cormier Technical Support

Veronica Espindola Athletic Equipment Attendant

J.D. Fox Assistant Media Relations Director

Joe Gengler Facilities/Operations Assistant

Steve Iwasa Equipment Manager

Mark Livingston Associate Athletics Director

Bill Macriss Deputy Athletics Director

Carter Mattice Athletic Equipment Attendant

Lois Mattice Associate Athletics Director

Dr. Steve Perez Faculty Athletics Representative

Adam Primas Marketing Director

Tom Ruelas Strength/Conditioning

T-Anté Sims Director of Ticket Operations

Steve Tebbs Facilities/Operations Director

Gigi Timpson Business Assistant

Rose Welch Business Manager

Becca Whitman Assistant A.D. for Corporate Sales


2009 Sacramento State Men's Soccer Media Guide